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People's Jobs, Justice & Climate March

When:

Sun 29 Nov 2015, 11:00am–1:00pm

Where: Torrens University Australia, 220 Victoria Square, Adelaide CBD, South Australia

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • Admission: Free
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Listed by: renaelea

On November 29th, will you help create the biggest climate march the world has ever seen?

As world leaders gather in Paris to discuss a global agreement on climate change, we will be part of an international movement- on Sunday November 29th.

Exciting news - 3 time Aria award winners The Audreys will be performing at the end of the march as well as Multi-Award winning Scottish / Irish / Australian band The Borderers.

Starting from Ester Lipman Gardens, adjacent to Torrens Parade Grounds’ we will march for a transition to renewable energy, secure job creation, and a fairer, more resilient economy, for clean air, a healthy environment, and for a safe climate in the People’s Jobs Justice Climate March.

In a vibrant, musical, and visually creative show of people power and the diversity of our movement, the march will take us down King William Street through the centre of Adelaide.

We will march in sector blocks, each making up a part of the collective, while demonstrating its unique qualities through banners, placards, costumes etc.

At Victoria Square/Tarndanyangga the march will blend into a festival, where there will be music, food, speeches, and stalls.

We want to create a positive, progressive atmosphere where people can inspire and be inspired towards action and change. From here on in, we're all in.