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Winning the City: Greens Mayoral Campaign Strategy Update - Online

The Greens have begun announcing their candidates for Brisbane City Council.

So what kind of campaign will this be, and why does the 2024 council election matter?

What sorts of things does Brisbane City Council have control of, and what’s the strategic significance of the mayoral campaign in the context of Australian state and federal politics?

This free online strategy session on Tuesday 19th September, 6pm - 7:30pm, is open to anyone who’s interested in learning more about the Greens local government election campaign in Brisbane. We’ll have a few speakers to share their thoughts and take questions from the participants, and facilitate open group discussions so everyone can share their perspective.

Note that this strategy session will cover the same content as the in-person Germinate forums on 30 August and 2 September. We will be running another online session on Tuesday 26th September, and then every 2 weeks thereafter. We encourage you to go to whichever one is most convenient for you.

To assist us with capacity planning, please make sure you register for this event via the RSVP panel.

Accessibility: This forum is taking place online via Google Meet. To get the most out of this forum, we encourage you to:

🔗 RSVP so that you receive the online meeting link.

🖥️ Set your computer up somewhere quiet with a stable internet connection, if possible.

🎧 Use a decent pair of headphones. Captions will be enabled for those who need them.

🎤 Test your microphone is functional so you can participate in discussions.

Icon showing the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander flags, crossed, Wherever we are in Brisbane, we meet on the lands of the Jagera and Turrbal peoples. We acknowledge that sovereignty was never ceded and that many past wrongs and ongoing injustices are yet to be rectified.

September 19, 2023 at 6:00pm - 7:30pm
Online - Google Meet. RSVP for the meeting link.
Brisbane, QLD 4000
Google map and directions

Will you come?