Rally and march as part of a national day of action demanding: Justice for refugees; peace not war; bring them here.
National Day of Protest: End indefinite & Arbitrary Detention of refugees 6pm @ the State Library.
Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/437700841013357
Solidarity action with refugees detained at the Kangaroo Point Central Hotel detention centre. The action will involve power walking, jogging or riding a bike (with at least five metres between us) past the hotel and around the block for 45 minutes. The detainees will be holding their own silent peaceful protest out on their balconies.
Exercise in solidarity with refugees detained at Kangaroo Point
In NSW tenants are in dire need of rent relief.
One in three Australians rent - some 2.5 million households. A 2019 survey showed 40 per cent of tenants are in rental stress - they pay more than 30% of their income in rent.
In Sydney, one of the most expensive cities in the world, an extremely high 64% of all renters are in rental stress.
This is all before the COVID19 crisis.
With lay-offs, reduction of work hours, the prospect of JobSeeker and JobKeeper being removed, pay freezes for front-line workers being proposed, tenants are even more stressed.
I CAN’T BREATHE - BLACK LIVES MATTER
JUSTICE FOR DAVID DUNGAY JNR AND ALL BLACK DEATHS IN CUSTODY
COVID-19 safety protocols for this rally are listed below - all participants must read and comply with these protocols.
This rally will take place on unceded Gadigal land and stand in solidarity with the continuing Black Lives Matter protests happening in the United States and across the world. Please see information below re COVID safety measures on the day.
The Independent Planning Commission is expected to hand down their findings on Santos Coal Seam Gas proposal in The Pilliga Forest on September 30th, 2020.
We hope the Independent Planning Commission (IPC) will reject Santos plan to destroy this beautiful remanent arid eucalyptus forest and dig 850 gas wells within in.
If the project proceeds it will turn the Pilliga into an industrial waste land with all the associated destruction of land, water and places of significant cultural importance for the Gomeroi People who have consistently protested against this development.
Join Uni Students for Climate Justice for this socially distanced action at Edinburgh Gardens in Melbourne, to get the climate movement in Victoria going.
More details of the action will be announced as per easing of restrictions.