A rally against domestic violence, and a vigil for Hannah Clarke, her children, and the eight other women murdered in Australia by their partner so far in 2020.


Wollongong, 1980: Denied jobs at the steelworks – the city’s main employer – working class / migrant women refused to accept discrimination. They began a campaign for the right to work that lasted for fourteen years. Their battle against BHP, the country’s richest and most powerful company, took them from factory gate to the highest court in the land and changed the rules for women throughout Australia.

On Saturday 7 March at 11am, we will be starting at Hyde Park fountain and marching to Belmore Park. There will be a few speeches held at the beginning of the event with further entertainment and food trucks at Belmore Park for the conclusion of the march.

Please note there will be an Auslan interpreter and we are working on some shading and seating for the elderly and people with mobility issues.

Come along and show your support for International Women's Day!!

March 4, 6pm. Point Danger, Anzac Drive, Torquay

Come find out in a COVID-safe tour, about Sydney's feminist history — the women, queers and the militant class struggle events excluded from the annals of public memory because they challenge the order of establishment patriarchal governments.

A feminist people's history walk, this expedition will stop at Aboriginal and women convict rebellion sites, locations of queer uprisings, migrant women uprising mementos and sites of women's literary and journalistic endeavours.

Spread the word–this year’s International Women’s Day rally will take place FRIDAY, 8 MARCH 2019 at 5:30PM at the STATE LIBRARY on Swanston Street. #IWD2019


We demand:

Justice for First Nations peoples, Indigenous workers’ rights, and land rights

An end to all forms of violence against women and children

An end to all imperialist wars

An end to racism

She’s Beautiful When She’s Angry reflects on the multi-layered strands of feminism in the US from the late 1960s through the mid 1970s.
It includes interviews with feminists from those times, and includes original footage of the battles that were waged.
In these times when women's rights are even more under attack from neoliberal governments here (and in the US) this film is a reminder of what the second wave of the women's movement achieved.

Unit 3, 29 Macquarie Street, Parramatta (5 minutes walk from the station).

Sunday March 29, 2-4pm.
Starting at Hyde Park

Public forum
Capitalism & Violence against women: The New Resistance
Tuesday March 17th, 6.30pm (meal available from 6pm)
Resistance Centre, Level 5, 407 Swanston St , Melbourne CBD

Women around the world are leading new campaigns against misogynist violence and harassment and the promotion of sexism by conservative governments and right-wing populist forces. This forum will look at these inspiring movements and the central place of women’s liberation in the struggle against capitalism.

A one-day conference, hosted by NSW Socialist Alliance, discussing socialist solutions to inequality, racism, sexism and ecocide.

The full agenda can be seen at the FB event as speakers and sessions are confirmed.

It will also discuss the 2019 policy platform that Socialist Alliance is preparing for the NSW state elections next March.

Saturday 7 March, 9am, Geelong Trades Hall, 127 Myers St, Geelong

Organised by Geelong Women Unionists Network & Geelong Trades Hall Council.

March 6, 5.30pm. Victoria Square, Adelaide

Spread the word–this year’s International Women’s Day rally will take place FRIDAY, 8 MARCH 2019 at 5:30PM at the STATE LIBRARY on Swanston Street. #IWD2019


3pm Sat 38 March
Albion Peace Centre
102 McDonald Rd, Windsor (near Albion station, parking available)

An inclusive discussion about some of the issues facing and addressed by "Feminism for the 99%" including:

>>Stop violence against women
>>Reproductive justice
>>Gender recognition
>>Indigenous rights
>>Public housing
>>Climate justice
>>Equal Pay

Friday, March 15, 6:30pm (meal from 6pm). Celebrate International (Working) Women's Day and pay tribute to the second wave feminist activists. Filmmaker Mary Dore chronicles the events, the movers and the shakers of the feminist movement from 1966 to 1971. Screening followed by short discussion. $10/$5. Resistance Centre, Level 5, 407 Swanston St, City (opposite RMIT). Hosted by Green Left Weekly.


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