From Len Cooper Secretary of the May Day Committee (Victoria)
Every year May Day supports the struggles of the unions for better wages and conditions, and their struggle for basic union rights. Every year May Day publicises and expresses its solidarity with those struggles. Continue reading Why May Day is important and why it deserves your support
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
Saturday 5 MARCH 2023 AT 1 PM
State Library Swanston Street Melbourne.
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.
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.
MONDAY, JULY 4, 2022 AT 12 PM – 2 PM
553 St Kilda Road
The 4 July is the day for celebrating the winning of independence in the United States of America. For much of the world it now represents subjugation by what has become a superpower exploiting the world.
SATURDAY, JUNE 4, 2022 AT 2 PM – 5 PM
251 Queensberry St Carlton in Melbourne
Event by Living Incomes For Everyone – LIFE
Wednesday 8 September 7.30 pm