Green Left News Podcast Ep 12: ‘Same job, same pay’, fighting council cuts & rich countries owe climate reparations

June 20, 2023

Green Left journalist Isaac Nellist is joined by refugee rights activist Chloe as they go through the latest news from Australia and around the world. For more information on all of these stories, read our in-depth coverage.

Music and editing by LittleArcherBeats.

Ecosocialism 2023 | A World Beyond Capitalism | Featuring Kohei Saito

Green Left articles featured in this episode:


Unions step up push for ‘same job, same pay’ rule

Community pushes back against Geelong City Council’s proposed cuts

Public housing residents suspend occupation, call on minister to save their homes

Protestors call on Vic Labor to save Barak Beacon housing estate

Industrial farming has killed billions of birds



Rich countries owe US$192 trillion in climate reparations to global South

Challenges for climate activists in Singapore

United States: The rich win, environment and people lose in ‘debt ceiling’ deal

‘We will not give in to blackmail’: Colombians defend government and progressive reforms

Swaziland: Campaign launched for release of political prisoners

India: Modi govt’s criminal neglect of railway safety

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’Same job, same pay’, fighting council cuts & rich countries owe climate reparations
Green Left News Podcast Ep 12, June 20, 2023

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