Thousands converge on Melbourne's CBD for climate change rally

EducationHQ News Team
By EducationHQ News Team
Published March 15, 2019

EducationHQ editor Sarah Duggan has been on the ground alongside thousands outside the Old Treasury Building in Melbourne's CBD, where speeches have outlined the reasons behind the strike action. Click on the photos below for a few examples of the many inventive and witty placards on display...

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