Student Encampment in Solidarity with Palestine Sets Up at University of Queensland


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Hundreds of students and supporters launched an encampment at the University of Queensland (UQ) on April 29.

They did this to show their support for the student encampments in the United States, to push for an end to Israel’s genocide and to press UQ to end its collaboration with weapons companies on campus.

After rallying, speakers and students marched on the Boeing Centre at UQ.

Palestine will be free: Student encampment begins at UQ

Palestine will be free: Student encampment begins at UQ. Photo: Alex Bainbridge


Weapons companies off UQ

Weapons companies off UQ. Photo: Alex Bainbridge


UQ students say: Hands off Rafah

UQ students say: Hands off Rafah. Photo: Alex Bainbridge


Stop funding genocide

Stop funding genocide. Photo: Alex Bainbridge


Socialist Alliance: Free Palestine

Socialist Alliance: Free Palestine. Photo: Alex Bainbridge


UQ students for Palestine

UQ students for Palestine. Photo: Alex Bainbridge


Liz Strakosch speaking

Liz Strakosch speaking. Photo: Alex Bainbridge


Protesting outside the Boeing Centre

Protesting outside the Boeing Centre. Photo: Alex Bainbridge



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