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First Nations Workers Alliance – Priorities and Building

Event by Living Incomes For Everyone – LIFE

Wednesday 8 September 7.30 pm

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
There will be time for attendees to ask questions and make brief comments.
Our tutorial guest is Lara Watson. She will be joined by 2 other First Nations activists to discuss the purpose and role of the First Nations Workers Alliance, its current and future priorities, and solidarity building. Continue reading First Nations Workers Alliance – Priorities and Building

Film Night “Juntera” – Supporting the Venezuelan people

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Juntera is a feature film-length narrative documentary about the life and work of a Chavista political organisation in five Peasant Comunas in Venezuela. It was made by the Bolivar and Zamora Revolutionary Current (la Corriente Revolucionaria Bolívar y Zamora or CRBZ).Comunas is the Spanish term for communes. Continue reading Film Night “Juntera” – Supporting the Venezuelan people

Activities for Julian Assange’s birthday on 3 July


Three locations CBD. From noon until 7.30pm.
Event will be up soon.
Save the date.Starting at 90 Collins St, British Consulate.
!2noon – 1.30pm.Then 553 St Kilda Road, US Consulate.
3pm – 4.30pmFinish up with a Yellow #Ribbons4Assange birthday gathering at:
Flinders Street Station.
6pm – 7.30pm.

Event by Melbourne 4 WikiLeaks

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May Day 2021 is coming to Melbourne

May Day is workers day in Australia and throughout the world since 1886. This is a time when the workers movement sums up its experiences and charts its course for the next period.

An ongoing demand in Australia, is the right to belong to a union and take industrial action to defend and progress the interests of all workers. Denial of this right has helped to drive down wages and working conditions, by weakening collective organisation.

In 2021 May Day will also involve the demands for an independent foreign policy, proper, humane, and welcoming treatment for refugees and migrants, support for Australians First Nations peoples, action on the climate crisis and more.

Take part in Melbourne’s May Day activities for 2021.

May Day events

  • Thursday 29 April. Wreath Laying ceremony at the Eight Hour Day monument at 53.0pm. Corner of Lygon and Victoria Streets (opposite Trades Hall).


  • Thursday 29 International Solidarity Event at 6 pm. This will be at Trades Hall.


  • Sunday 2 May. The May Day March. Assemble at 1.30 pm at Trades Hall. March at 2pm and return to Trades Hall to hear more speakers.