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Join us for an on-water and beach protest on Yarra Bay beach to protest the NSW Government's and Royal Caribbean's proposal to build a cruise terminal in Botany Bay.

The Final Business Case will be completed and a decision will be made by Cabinet in the middle of the year. We only have a few months to make our voices heard! It is now or never to fight for the bay!

LIFT THE BLOCKADE ON CUBA NOW!
#SanctionsKill

Join us on May 21, to call on the Morrison Government to invest in renewable energy and First Nations solutions that care for country, not dirty gas projects.

STAND IN SOLIDARITY WITH VICTIMS OF MODI REGIME! DISMANTLE THE CITIZENSHIP AMENDMENT ACT AND NATIONAL REGISTER OF CITIZENSHIP! NO TO COMMUNALISM!

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Join with school students to stop climate change. The students are striking 

'to tell our politicians to take our futures seriously and treat climate change for what it is: a crisis.  They can show us that they care by taking urgent action to move Australia beyond fossil fuel projects, such as the Adani mega coal mine, and get the job done of moving to 100% renewable energy for all.

Thursday 15 April 2021 marks 30 years since the recommendations of the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody were handed down. This rally and march will demand change to:
- stop deaths in custody
- build communities not prisons
- ensure prison is the last resort option
We invite you to gather with us from noon on Thursday 15 April. Location Forrest Place (TBC).

This protest is to raise awareness toward the 435 deaths of Indigenous Australians in police custody. We are banding together to unite in amplifying the voice of the First Nations People.

We want to prevent the death's of incarcerated Indigenous Australians in the future. We want the recommendations from the 1987 Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody implemented. This glaring injustice has gone on far too long.

Protest the NSW government's five incinerators proposal.

The ALP have won a landslide victory at the election, but their commitment to neoliberalism means they still put profits ahead of workers rights, justice and the environment.

Calling all Rebels! It’s time to hit the streets to show that the climate emergency hasn’t gone away, and neither have we.

In love and rage, we will march on Malcolm Street Bridge, disrupting the connection between our parliament and the fossil fuel companies who are joining forces to destroy our planet. Join us to rebel for all life.

COVID-19 has shown how fragile our society is and presented it with an opportunity to change course. Disastrously, our politicians are now squandering that opportunity, putting all of us at grave risk.

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