SEP Meetings and Events

Meetings – Newcastle, Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane

LABOR’S DEBACLE AND THE LESSONS OF THE AUSTRALIAN ELECTION

The outcome of the 2019 Australian federal election was a massive repudiation of the Labor Party by broad sections of the working class who viewed it with indifference and outright hostility, regarding its return to office as no way forward. There is a movement to the left among sections of the working class and the youth, however, this movement can find no way forward within the present political framework. It must be developed into a conscious political movement based on a socialist perspective.

Newcastle

Saturday, June 22, 2:30pm
Toronto Community Centenary HUB
97-99 The Boulevarde, Toronto
Tickets: $5/$3 concession

Sydney

Sunday, June 23, 3pm
Waratah Room
The Holroyd Centre
17 Miller St, Merrylands
Tickets: $7/$5 concession

Brisbane 

Sunday, June 23, 2pm
Inala Community House
38 Sittella St, Inala 
Tickets: $5/$3 concession

Melbourne

Sunday, June 30, 2.30pm
Meat Market Conference Centre
5 Blackwood St, North Melbourne
Melway Reference: 2B A9  
Tickets: $5/$3 concession

 

Rallies – Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane

New rallies announced: Free Assange! Free Manning!

The campaign to defend Julian Assange and Chelsea Manning is the spearhead of the defence of democratic rights and of the fight against the danger of imperialist war.
These class war prisoners are being persecuted because they exposed US war crimes and those of its allies, including Australia. The attack on Assange and Manning is an attack on all journalists and whistle-blowers and on the working class as a whole.
The right to free speech and freedom of the press can only be defended by mobilising the working class on a socialist program.

Sydney

Saturday, June 29, 12pm
Martin Place Amphitheatre
(Pitt Street end of Martin Place)

Melbourne

Sunday 14 July, 2pm
State Library of Victoria
328 Swanston St

Brisbane

Saturday 6 July, 12pm
Reddacliff Place
Cnr George and Queens Streets