A protest is set to take place outside the venue where UK politician Nigel Farage will speak on Tuesday evening.
Tāmaki Anti-Fascist Action says it will hold a "peaceful anti-racism public demonstration" outside the Pullman Hotel and speakers will include Green MP Golriz Ghahraman.
Mr Farage is the former leader of the pro-Brexit political party UKIP. He quit as leader after the UK voted to leave the European Union in mid-2016.
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In the description for his speaking event, promoter Markson Sparks said Mr Farage is "the most important British politician of the last decade" and the "world's most charismatic politician".
Mr Farage said he would be coming with "a message of hope and optimism - that if the man or woman in the street, the average Joe or Jane is prepared to stand up and be counted, and push back against the political elite and the media establishment, they can take back their democracy and, ultimately, their country."
"Never in the history of Western civilisation has the fight for democracy, individual liberties and free speech been more important. So I come to you from the UK with a message of hope and optimism - that if the man or woman in the street, the average Joe or Jane is prepared to stand up and be counted, and push back against the political elite and the media establishment, they can take back their democracy and, ultimately, their country."
Pacific Panthers member Te Ao Pritchard, South Auckland Muslim Association member Azad Khan, a Tāmaki Makaurau Anarchists member, a Dayenu - Jews Against the Occupation member are also set to speak at the protest.
Tāmaki Anti-Fascist Action spokesperson Katjoesja Buissink said: "We are taking action because Farage's anti-Semitic, Islamophobic and misogynist views are repugnant and indefensible. His scapegoating of vulnerable communities is reprehensible.
"The real problems rest with the vast and grotesque levels of global inequality caused by capitalist exploitation, ongoing colonialism and endless wars of aggression. He doesn't want to do anything about those things, instead he uses 'divide and rule' tactics to stir up hatred and fear among the white working and middle class."