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Adam Bandt and Jonathan Sriranganathan: Housing crisis, global warming, genocide in Palestine – What can the Greens do?

Adam Bandt, leader of the Australian Greens, is coming to town, so with the city council election just around the corner on Saturday, 16 March, we’ve invited him to join us on the evening of Wednesday, 6 March for a discussion about the future of the Greens, the relationship between electoralism and grassroots activism, the political significance of Brisbane City Council, and how the party is responding to major issues like global warming, the housing crisis and the genocide in Palestine.

This is a free entry, all-ages event open to the general public. Adam and I will be chatting together for a bit, then taking questions from attendees.

We’ll be meeting in Campbell Place at UQ St Lucia (between the Great Court and the Union Complex). We’ve got a back-up room booked nearby in case of rain. Please register via this form so we can let you know about any last-minute changes.

We’ll be organising some snacks for the evening, and you can also grab food at the Union Complex outlets nearby.

Campbell Place is wheelchair accessible, and UQ is reasonably well-served by public transport. Parking on campus can sometimes be tricky, so we do encourage attendees to travel by public transport if you can.

This event is taking place on the unceded lands of the Jagera and Turrbal peoples. Sovereignty was never ceded.

March 06, 2024 at 6:30pm - 8:30pm
Campbell Place, University of Queensland, St Lucia
Jonathan Sriranganathan ·

Will you come?