Firefighter Alan Glover and opera singer Karen Fitz-Gibbon were fined for taking part in a climate protest on the Sydney Harbour Bridge last April. Kerry Smith reports.
Japanese Marxist academic Kohei Saito, author of Capital in the Anthropocene, will be a keynote speaker at Ecosocialism 2023, organised by Green Left. Peter Boyle reports.
National Tertiary Education Union members at the University of Sydney went on strike for the seventh time, in pursuit of their enterprise agreement. William Smith reports.
The administration of Jammu and Kashmir, which is directly under the Indian government, launched an eviction drive targeting farmers and workers, reports Peoples Dispatch/Globetrotter News Service.
Hundreds of unionists and gender and queer activists marched for International Women’s Day in Naarm/Melbourne. Jacob Andrewartha reports.
Cairns for Refugees and Green Left organised an event that raised nearly $1300 for refugee rights advocacy. Jonathan Strauss reports.
Brian Toohey, Alison Broinowski and Vince Scappatura will take part in a webinar hosted by the Australian Anti-AUKUS Coalition on March 26. Bevan Ramsden reports.
A number of media outlets are manufacturing a consensus for war with China, a country that has never been a natural, historical enemy, nor sought to be, argues Binoy Kampmark.
Given how many are being crunched by the cost-of-living crisis, public sentiment would be on the unions’ side if they took united action for wage rises, argues Mary Merkenich.
Counterprotests have been organised against transphobic agitator Kellie-Jay Keen, who wants her tour of Australia to be a galvanising force for the small far-right and trans-exclusionary movement. Nova Sobieralski reports.
After a three-week period of relative calm, all trade union federations in France called on workers “to bring France to a standstill” on March 7. Key workers’ sectors promised ongoing strikes, reports John Mullen.
“End violence against women” was the theme of the Geelong Women Unionists Network’s 21st International Women’s Day breakfast, reports Jacqueline Kriz.
Indigenous communities and environmental groups are attempting to stop oil giant Equinor’s Bay du Nord deep sea oil project off the coast of Newfoundland and Labrador, reports Jeff Shantz.
Ahead of a significant day of industrial action across Britain, Terry Conway discusses the significance of the strikewave and what it will take to force the government’s hand.
The biggest European anti-war protest marking one year since Russia’s illegal invasion of Ukraine was held in Berlin, with reports of about 50,000 people turned out in freezing conditions, reports Susan Price.
The train derailment in East Palestine, Ohio, highlighted safety regulation failures, indifference and anti-union bias, writes Malik Miah.