Kerry Smith

Protests have erupted for Palestine around the world, with hundreds of thousands of people taking to the streets in major cities. Please send your photos to

Please sign this petition which was initiated by members from the NSW National Tertiary Education Union and NSW Nurses and Midwives Association.

Gunnai Gunditjmara and Djab Wurrung woman and Independent Victorian Senator Lidia Thorpe described the No vote as a win for the sovereign rights of First Peoples to determine their own destiny. Kerry Smith reports.

Climate march NYC

Ahead of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals Summit on September 18–19, thousands of people in 16 cities across 8 countries gathered to call on the UN and governments to stop Japan's discharge of nuclear waste into the Pacific Ocean, reports Kerry Smith.

UWU National Secretary Tim Kennedy commended the Inghams Chicken workers for standing up and winning better pay and conditions. Kerry Smith reports.

The 2019 School Strike 4 Climate

Activists, authors and unionists sent messages of support for Green Left as part of its 2023 supporter campaign. 

A protest called on the Australian government to break its silence about Turkey's ongoing war on the Kurds and its recent deadly attacks in the south Kurdistan region of Iraq. Peter Boyle reports.

Refugee rights campaigners welcome the news that asylum seeker Neil Para and his family have been granted permanent visas, but say Labor needs to grant permanent visas to 9999 others. Kerry Smith reports.

Dunghutti-Tharawal teenager George Campbell

The family of Dunghutti-Tharawal teenager George Campbell who died while in the care of NSW Department of Communities and Justice are calling for urgent changes and accountability. Kerry Smith reports.

Former judges open letter on Voice

A group of former judges, who make up The Australia Institute’s National Integrity Committee, issued an open letter to the Australian public calling for support for the Voice to Parliament, reports Kerry Smith.

A culturally significant Djab Wurrung Birthing Tree, near Buangor, has been vandalised prompting calls for better cultural heritage laws. Kerry Smith reports.

Refugee Action Collectives have launched an open letter asking the Minister for Home Affairs Clare O'Neil to help refugees stranded in Indonesia.