Russia’s lower house of parliament passed a bill to outlaw the promotion of “non-traditional sexual relations” on October 27. Not one of the 400 MPs opposed it, reports Dick Nichols.
Socialist Alliance candidates Sue Bolton and Sarah Hathway join us for the latest Green Left Show to discuss the political situation in the lead up to the Victorian elections.
More than six weeks of protests in Iran show there is a real prospect of change, but the Iranian people need our urgent support, reports Peter Murphy.
A group of Iranian refugees have begun a sit-in outside the Melbourne office of the Department of Immigration. Chris Slee reports.
More than 200 people reclaimed Beaumont Street in Hamilton, Newcastle, on October 28 as part of Reclaim the Night, reports Steve O'Brien.
Socialist Party of Malaysia deputy chairperson S. Arutchelvan talks about the November 19 snap general elections and the politics and agendas of the various parties in contention.
About 30 activists defied police intimidation to protest the International Mining and Resources Conference at the International Convention Centre in Darling Harbour. Kerry Smith reports.
Five Palestinians were killed during an Israeli assault targeting the Lions Den resistance group in the occupied West Bank city of Nablus on October 25, reports Tamara Nassar.
The platforming of transphobic figures in the media, including in programs such as Media Watch, has harmful consequences for transgender and non-binary people, argue Alex Salmon and Nova Sobieralski.
More than 1000 Iranians and supporters took part in a moving global protest in Sydney. Rachel Evans reports.
Speaking from Kyiv, Denys Pilash — a political scientist and activist with the Ukrainian democratic socialist organisation Social Movement — addressed Green Left’s Ecosocialism 2022 conference.
The United States’ plan to deploy six nuclear-capable B-52 bombers to the Tindal Air Base near Darwin reminds us that war madness remains as real as ever, argues Peter Boyle.
Cassius Turvey vigil: 'No Black child is ever in the wrong place at the wrong time on their own land'
More than 3000 people gathered outside Sydney Town Hall on November 2 to call for justice for 15-year-old Cassius Turvey. Isaac Nellist reports.
Barry Healy reports that thousands of people from across Perth attended a vigil in Midland to commemorate the life of 15-year-old Noongar man Cassius Turvey.
Australia lacks ambition and needs to do more in the global effort to stay below 1.5°C, the United Nations said on the eve of its climate summit in Egypt, reports Pip Hinman.
A large crowd at the Justice For Cassius Turvey vigil heard a moving message from Mechelle Turvey, the mother Noongar boy Cassius Turvey, who died after a brutal racist assault while he was walking home from school.