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Housing now! Weekend of action

RSVP for the Weekend of Action:

  • 10am SATURDAY 18 March: Doorknock in Moorooka - RSVP here
  • 10am SATURDAY 18 March: Doorknock in Brassall (Ipswich) - RSVP here
  • 10am SUNDAY 19 March: Doorknock in Nundah - RSVP here

To prepare for the weekend of action and hone our message, we'll also be doorknocking in Griffith on Saturday 11 March:

  • 10am SATURDAY 11 March: Doorknock in Greenslopes - RSVP here
  • 2pm SATURDAY 11 March: Doorknock in Carina Heights - RSVP here

Even if you’ve never doorknocked before, we need you! Join us and we’ll give you all the information, skills and resources you need to start having conversations about how we can take real action on housing.

Sign your branch up to take action!

If you're outside of Brisbane/Ipswich but your Greens branch can help by hosting a market stall or roadside, sign up here and we'll get in touch to offer support and resources to make it a success. 

On the weekend of 18-19th of March we're coordinating a statewide weekend of action to ramp up pressure on Labor's housing bill.

Labor has proposed a housing Bill that will make the housing crisis worse, cut funding to housing every year, does nothing for renters, and will see the shortage of social and affordable housing grow. The Greens are pushing for a national freeze on rent increases and $5 billion invested in social and affordable housing every year to fund the construction of hundreds of thousands of homes. But time is running out to pressure the government to come to the table. 

We only have a few weeks until Labor will bring the bill to a vote in the Senate. In this time we have an important opportunity to ramp up the pressure on the government and show them that we need a housing bill that will actually start to tackle the problem. 

We know that the Greens power in parliament is only as strong as our power in the community. Here in Queensland we know that when we break outside our bubble and reach people where they’re at, we win. That’s why we’re setting an ambitious goal of 1,000 conversations with Queenslanders about housing and we’d love you to be part of it.