Helen Masterman-Smith speaks to Green Left about how university workers are learning as they campaign against management's job cuts.
Stuart Rees warns about governments' distain for human rights as police are deployed to harass or arrest citizens, and even parliamentarians.
Cam Walker argues that the federal government’s push for fossil gas amid a worsening climate crisis is reckless in the extreme.
Child protection workers and foster carers are organising for more resources because the system is dangerously overstretched, reports Janet Parker.
First written in 1938 by Tennessee Williams, Not About Nightingales tells the story of how four hunger-striking prisoners died while being locked in a steam-heated cell. Alex Salmon looks at a new adaptation of this play premiering in Australia.
Climate campaigner Greta Thunberg urges us to join the dots, but Pip Hinman writes that our governments won't do so unless we make them.
Sam Wallman is a talented political comic artist with a strong worker and union focus in his work, writes Andrew Chuter.
Unionists and social movement activists may like to tune in to an online networking program that has proven popular among unions in the United States, writes Jeremy Smith.
Peter Boyle reflects on the political significance and lessons from the epic S11 blockade of the World Economic Forum in 2000.
Artists, gardeners and knitters have created a "guerrilla gallery" on Parramatta's historic St George’s Terrace to protest plans to demolish two of the city’s most significant heritage-listed buildings, reports Susan Price.