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Revolution in Rojava: Democratic Autonomy & Women’s Liberation in Syrian Kurdistan
By Michael Knapp, Anja Flack & Ercan Ayboga (translated by Janet Biehl)
Pluto, 2016
285 pp., $38.95

Rojava, which is Kurdish for the “west”, is to be found in Northern Syria. In the middle of a conflict zone, marked by the war against the Assad regime, a Turkish invasion and ongoing conflict with the brutal jihadists of ISIS and al-Nusra, the Kurds and their allies are creating a new kind of democratic system.

Protest hits waste incinerator

By Bill Mason

BRISBANE — With placards declaring "School kids demand clean air", some 40 protesters met outside state parliament on November 16 to oppose the continued use of Ace Waste incinerators at

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NTOMBENTSHA NCIZA, a member of the ANC Women's League and a leader of the National Education Coordinating Committee, and DIKELEDI MAGADAZI, secretary general of the Northern Transvaal ANCWL, recently visited Adelaide as part of a work experience

By Catherine Brown

"The same woodchip shadow from Daishowa in the NSW south-east forests is creeping further and further north. It is now threatening the integrity of parts of the Deua wilderness near Cooma. There seems to be an insatiable

Desperate Remedies
Directed and written by Stewart Main and Peter Wells
At Melbourne's Kino Cinema from November 26, Sydney's Mandolin and Perth's Paradiso from December 2
Reviewed by Peter Boyle

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'Education is the key' in SAIT campaign

By Chris Spindler

Adelaide — South Australian Institute of Teachers (SAIT) president Clare McCarty on November 14 publicly launched her bid to be elected to the Legislative Council.

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Global citizenship

I would like to introduce Green Left Weekly readers to a publication that I think will be well worth your time if you have a sincere concern for the intellectual and social growth of young people. Skipping stones is "a

WA meatworkers strengthen leadership

By Stephen Robson

PERTH — Elections in the meatworkers union here have consolidated the team around branch secretary Glenn Ferguson.

Ferguson originally won his position 18 months earlier, but

By Carla Gorton

SYDNEY — Under the banner of "No Home, No Job, No Life", 600 parents, friends and young people with intellectual disabilities rallied outside Parliament House on November 17.

They were organised, vocal and determined to

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