Green Left Brisbane

Featuring US folk-punk musician David Rovics & Musica Rebelde

Albion Peace Centre, 102 McDonald Rd, Windsor (under Albion overpass, near Albion station, parking available)

A film about the historic "Jobs for Women" campaign in Wollongong in the 1980s. Includes Q&A with film maker Robynne Murphy.

This inspiring film is a celebration of workers' power and a commemoration of the 1973 coup in Chile. It tells the story of Scottish workers whose solidarity made a meaningful difference in the fight against the Pinochet dictatorship in Chile.

In person event with online option available. Purchase a ticket online for details of online event.

Film and discussion. Delicious food available.

The Bentley Effect is an inspiring film about the mass movement behind the Bentley Blockade which successfully defeated gas fracking in the NSW Northern Rivers.

It is an example of the kinds of people's power we need to defeat the fossil fuel giants and the governments that support them.

The Rojava Revolution is a project in political transformation focusing on grassroots people power, women’s liberation and ecology. For more than ten years it has been an inspiration to progressive people around the world. This panel will examine the history and dynamics of the Revolution, the challenges faced today and the how we can engage in effective solidarity.

David Rovics is a radical, folk-punk singer songwriter touring from the United States. He'll be performing songs from his new album Killing the Messenger (about whistle-blower Julian Assange) with harmonies by Kamala Emanuel. Support act by Andy Paine.

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