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Join the May Day activities in Melbourne for 2023

Help continue the struggle for a better world.

The history of May Day, is the history of workers fighting for a better way of life, decent pay and conditions, a society free from war, and a society that meets all the needs of the people.

Last year in 2022, the Australian people convincingly removed the Morrison Government, one of the worst Governments in Australia in living memory. That was a great victory. Continue reading Join the May Day activities in Melbourne for 2023

A Call for Peace – Truth Not War

On 20th anniversary of the US-led invasion of Iraq
Saturday 5 MARCH 2023 AT 1 PM
State Library Swanston Street Melbourne.
Organised by the 18 March Peace Ro8ndtable Melbourne
Contact: noaukus@gmail.com

Speakers

Dr Margie Beavis:  Medical Association for the Prevention of War

Professor Richard Tanter:  Nautilus Institute

Dave Sweeney: Australian Conservation Foundation

John Lander:  Former Diplomat to China

Shirley Winton: No AUKUs Coalition Victoria/IPAN

David McBride:  War Crimes Whistleblower

More speakers at Treasury Gardens after the march.

Tenth anniversary of the death of Hugo Chavez

251 Queensberry Street Carlton (AMWU)
Duration: 2 hr
Public Anyone on or off Facebook
Light refreshments provided.
The Documentary “Chavez” will be shown.
The event will commemorate his life and work, what this
means for Venezuela now and in the future, what the world can learn from this, and what Australia can do to make a positive contribution.
Hugo Chavez, who was elected president of Venezuela in 1998, carried out policies that benefited the Venezuelan people, particularly the poor.
He used Venezuela’s oil wealth to bring health care, education and other services to poor areas.
He encouraged the self-organisation of the people in democratic local organisations known as communes, supporting giving the people a voice.
Chavez survived attempts by the United States, backing the oligarchy to overthrow him, including a military coup, and other means.

Building the Future Australia

SATURDAY, JUNE 4, 2022 AT 2 PM – 5 PM

Face to face and Zoom
Australian Manufacturing Workers Union
251 Queensberry St Carlton in Melbourne
If you are not able to make it in person. you can join in via zoom.
Meeting ID: 845 4371 9158
Passcode: 364574
We are facing challenging times. The economy is not meeting the needs of society and may soon fall over the precipice. Global warming brings a threat on a scale that we have never seen before. Democratic rights are being curtailed. Meanwhile, the billionaires continue to have their pockets filled by crooked politicians. This should not be the Australia we want.
The onus is on us, to find a way out of this mess and chart a clear alternative direction. We must focus on what is most important and leave differences behind.
Australian for a New Democracy has emerged to champion this cause. We are not associated with a political party.
Progress can only be made through widespread consultation and the involvement of many within their communities, organisations, and workplaces. Join us.
Come along to this forum. Hear the speakers and contribute to the discussion. The aim is to achieve agreement on some practical measures that will take us onto the next step.

May Day in Melbourne: Sunday 1 May 2022

Fight for the removal of the Morrison Federal Government and its anti-worker programme.
Demand a workers’ programme from Labor.
Let us make May Day 2022 another major demonstration against the Morrison anti-worker programme.
If you are a unionist, make the May Day events a major demonstration against the attacks on workers’ rights, pay and conditions.
If you are a struggling community organisation, make the May Day events a major demonstration against the attacks on social conditions, democratic rights and living conditions.
If you are a migrant and asylum seeker-based organisation or an otherwise ethnic based organisation, make the May Day events a major demonstration against the inhumane and anti-people policies of the Australia Government and other
governments around the globe.
Melbourne May Day Committee
Secretary: Len Cooper,
M. 0438 389 302
E:lencoop@iinet.net.au

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