Dozens of Invasion Day/Survival Day events and rallies are taking place across the continent on January 26. Here’s a list of these events.
Senator Lidia Thorpe’s recent ‘indiscretions’ have been used by the media and political class in an attempt to attack, belittle and discredit her.
Activists from Extinction Rebellion snuck into the National Gallery of Victoria and glued their hands onto a Picasso painting ‘Massacre in Korea’.
Thousands of people rallied in Melbourne, for the second time in a week, to stand in solidarity with the people of Iran.
Close to 1,000 early educators stopped work and rallies in Melbourne to demand better pay and working conditions.
More than 250 people turned out for the launch of the Victorian Socialists 2022 Victorian State Election campaign.
A small group of activists took their opposition to anti-forestry protest legislation to the front steps of the Victorian Parliament. The activists were joined by Victorian Greens MPs Sam Hibbins and Tim Read.
Close to 1,500 people turned out in Melbourne (Naarm) on Saturday for a rally to demand stronger action, by the new Albanese Government, on the climate emergency.
Photograph “Glued On” has taken out the Editorial category award in the 2022 Sony Alpha Awards photography competition.
A snap protest action is initiated at Lascelles Wharf, North Shore in Geelong; after GeelongPort announced that a commercial agreement had been reached between themselves and Viva to support the proposal and withdraw from the EES hearings.
On the morning of 19 July 2022, the federal Environment Minister, Tanya Plibersek, released the national State of the Environment Report. The report outlined terrible news about the extinction and the climate crisis.
A celebration of NAIDOC Week, features live performances from leading Aboriginal musicians and entertainers; including Emma Donovan, Benny Walker, The Indigenous Outreach Projects Hip Hop Crew and a performance by Cerulean the Miss First Nations 2021.
A large crowd brave the wet and cold weather for the 2022 Victorian NAIDOC march. The theme of this year’s NAIDOC Week is “get up, stand up, show up”.
In response to the overturning of Roe v Wade by the US Supreme Court, and attacks on women’s rights by right-wing politicians in both Australia and abroad; thousands of people rally in Melbourne to stand in solidarity with abortion rights.
A week-long mobilisation in Sydney, initiated by Blockade Australia, against climate inaction.
The Red Rebels visit Gaia (by Luke Jerram) at St Paul’s Cathedral, Melbourne. The Red Rebels symbolise the blood shared by all species.
A number of recently released refugees – alongside their supporters – celebrate their newly-found freedom through a game of cricket.
Rally in support of Palestine and the Palestinian people in the face of renewed attacks against them at the hands of the State of Israel.
Palm Sunday 2022 – Walk for Justice for Refugees in Melbourne.
Refugee advocates have today confirmed that the last of the refugees who were being detained in the Park Hotel, Carlton, have been granted visas and released into the community. Photo round up from the last two years of protest and activism.