Activists will stage a rally, calling on the federal government to increase Australia's refugee intake from Afghanistan.
About 122,000 people have been evacuated from Afghanistan since the Taliban re-took the capital of Kabul in August.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has promised 3000 places will be allocated to Afghan refugees in Australia's humanitarian migration program this financial year, but he has rebuffed calls for an extra intake.
However, Immigration Minister Alex Hawke has recently flagged that the federal government's initial commitment could rise to 5000 people.
The Refugee Action Collective, along with churches and human rights groups, have called for a special intake of at least 20,000 people.
Organisers of the rally in Brisbane on Sunday are also campaigning for permanent visas for all Afghan asylum seekers and refugees, and an end to the ban on refugees arriving from Indonesia.
The UK and Canada have promised to grant safe haven to 20,000 refugees looking to escape the new regime.
Australian Associated Press
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