Going to a protest? Know your rights

Writing to your MP, volunteering for a community group, or attending a protest are all types of civic engagement that are critical for a strong democracy. But do you know what your rights are if you go to a protest?

Join Melbourne Activist Legal Support for an interactive community training session. Learn about the Victorian Charter of Human Rights and Responsibilities, Victorian police powers at protests, and your rights if you are arrested.

A fun and empowering event, this training will help you understand your legal rights when participating in protests.

Presented by Melbourne Activist Legal Support (MALS)

Saturday 22 May

Ross House – 247-251 Flinders Lane Melbourne, VIC 3000
This event is free
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The venue is wheelchair accessible.

Bookings required.

Seating is limited, so please book thoughtfully.