A Green Left Weekly Public Forum
6:30pm Friday 13 December
174 Boundary Street
West End Qld 4101
Part of the youth conference "How to Make a Revolution"
Entry free for conference attendees and $8 for non-registrants
Dinner and drinks available
RALLY FOR MARRIAGE EQUALITY - NATIONAL DAY OF ACTION
THIS SATURDAY NOV 23, 1PM KING GEORGE SQUARE
All across the country on, supporters of equal rights will be taking to the streets in a co-ordinated national day of protest for Marriage Equality.
A public meeting to launch a community campaign for civil liberties in Queensland.
6pm, Wednesday, 27 November 2013
Electrical Trades Union, 41 Peel St, South Brisbane
Enter from Merivale Street.
The Queensland LNP government continues to pass anti-democratic legislation that poses a direct threat to democracy, the right to associate, the right to peaceful assembly. Legislation already passed, and soon to be passed, represents a crackdown worse than the darkest days of Bjelke-Petersen.
Come down to the Brisbane Activist Centre on Saturday the 30th of November to help raise money for Green Left Weekly and have a fun trivia night with friends and comrades.
At a well attended public forum at the Brisbane Activist Centre on 12 November, those present resolved to launch a broad community campaign to fight the Newman Government’s attack on civil liberties.
The forum, which had been organised by Green Left Weekly was addressed by Dr Mark Lauchs ( Queensland University of Technology (QUT)), Michael Cope (President Queensland Council for Civil Liberties), Peter Ong (Assistant Secretary , Queensland Branch, Electrical Trades Union). The Forum was Chaired by Margaret Gleeson from Socialist Alliance.
10 am, Sunday November 17th
Queens Park, Brisbane
Every capital city and hundreds of regional towns... Let's kick off this summer with some climate action!
On 17th November join thousands of Australians in every capital city and hundreds of regional towns to make it clear that the majority of Australians want climate action. Summer has come early and bushfires are already burning. But in a few weeks we will come together to turn up the heat and launch a summer of climate action.