Get active with AYCC in Victoria in 2020

This summer has seen an extremely scary bushfire season of unprecedented scale, and we've still got months to go. While bushfires continue to rip through communities and big coal, oil and gas are still profiting from fuelling the climate crisis, we know there is lots of work to do to build our movement and bring our communities along with us.
2020 is going to be a turning point for our generation’s future, but if we're we're going to shift the politics on fossil fuels in this country it’s going to take all of us. That’s why we need people everywhere to kick off the new year by hosting a gathering and inviting your community – your friends, your classmates, or just other local people interested in taking action – to build connections, share ideas, and learn how we can all be part of a movement powerful enough to win 😍😍😍
On the 22nd of January, we'll be having a state-wide video call for local groups + individuals across Victoria to call into, connect with other young people, and make plans for how we'll fight for climate justice in 2020.
Whether you’re just learning about the AYCC for the first time, or ready to go all-in for our climate justice campaigns in 2020, all are welcome!
🍝 Head along to a pot-luck dinner in your local area to connect with other young people (under 30) who want to smash the fossil fuel industry in 2020 + call in to our state-wide video call to make plans across the state. RSVP to the call below, and we'll get in touch if there's an event happening in your area (or check for a potluck near you here:
No potluck in your area? Host one in your home or local community centre to bring other young people in your local area together 💙 - whether they're your friends, are already part of your AYCC group, or just other young folks who are keen to get active on climate change 🙋🏽 (Don't forget to list it on the website so others can join you, here: and go to 'Host your own event')
See you on the 22nd ✊🏾😀
Wherever you are in so-called Victoria, this event will be happening on stolen land. We acknowledge that this always was and always will be Aboriginal land, and that sovereignty has never been ceded. We acknowledge and pay tribute to the strength, resilience and resistance of Aboriginal people and communities right across the country - who are fighting to protect country from the impacts of climate change and the fossil fuel industry.
January 22, 2020 at 7pm - 8:30pm
Online Video Call
Melbourne, VIC
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Angie Judd ·

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