Thai pro-democracy activists say a pervasive culture of impunity exists in Thailand to protect those responsible for enforced disappearances, reports Peter Boyle.
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.
Katti Jisuk Seo, a young Korean-German woman, told a Sydney protest against Japan's dumping of radioactive contaminated wastewater that the danger posed to marine life and the food chain is unacceptable, reports Peter Boyle.
Kanyanatt Kalfagiannis, spokesperson for the Australian Alliance for Thai Democracy, spoke to Green Left's Peter Boyle about the recent deal done to keep the popular Move Forward party out of government, following recent elections.
A generational rift has split the movement for democracy in Thailand, according to Thai democracy activist Kanyanatt Kalfagiannis.
Green Left's Peter Boyle spoke to Denise Yoon, a key organiser of the South Korean protests against the dumping of radioactive wastewater from the Fukushima nuclear power plant into the Pacific Ocean — which began on August 25.
A global protest against Japan’s dumping of radioactive waste water from its damaged Fukushima nuclear plant will take place on September 16. Peter Boyle reports.
A snap action for public housing protested NSW Labor's plan to start demolishing and privatising the Waterloo South's biggest public housing estate. Peter Boyle reports.
Philip Lowe said he is proud of the RBA’s unpopular role in forcing working people to bear the burden of “fighting inflation”. But don’t count on interest rates stopping rising inflation; unemployment is going up, too. Peter Boyle reports.
First Nations activists supporting the progressive No case say Labor could make practical reforms now, without a referendum. Peter Boyle argues that, regardless of the referendum outcome, the struggle for First Nations’ justice will have to continue.
Peter Boyle spoke to Ryan Capozzi from Solidarity Minded, a mutual aid group specialising in mental health that is planning to work with Yezidi survivors of the Daesh (Islamic State) massacre in Iraqi Kurdistan nine years ago.
The Islamic Council of Victoria is among one of 40 Islamic organisations to call on the federal government to use its “considerable influence” to pressure the Indian government to stop the persecution of Muslims and other minorities in India. Peter Boyle reports.
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