The Reserve Banks of Australia's talk about the need to “increase productivity” means less regulation and more “flexibility” for the bosses. Mary Merkenich and Pip Hinman report.
Demolition of the public housing estate began in early June, even while residents live there. Jordan A K and Chloe DS reports.
Clifton D' Rozario, a leader of the Communist Party of India (Marxist-Leninist) Liberation, and guest speaker at the upcoming Ecosocialism 2023 conference, discusses the rise of Narendra Modi and how the left is fighting back against his fascist regime.
The first Arctic ice-free summer could be in the 2030s, a decade earlier than projections reported by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. David Spratt writes we should not be shocked.
Burmese educator, academic, and human rights activist, Maung Zarni, spoke to Green Left’s Chloe DS ahead of his participation in the Ecosocialism 2023 conference, on July 1–2.
Kohei Saito argues there are five important reasons why we need to move beyond capitalism to deal with the ecological and social crises besetting the world today. Peter Boyle reports.
Throughout Australian history, housing has been an exception among essential services, otherwise provided by the state. Alistair Sisson argues Labor can be pushed to change its appoach.
It is time for wealthy nations to acknowledge their debt to the third world and pay their dues in the form of climate reparations, reports Peter Boyle.
Jonathan Sriranganathan reflects on his time in a wide ranging interview with Alex Banbridge just before stepping down as Gabba Ward councillor in the Brisbane City Council.
Thousands took to the streets across Colombia, on June 7, in support of the labour, pension and healthcare reforms proposed by the Gustavo Petro government, reports Zoe Alexandra.
Likely new Geelong councillor Sarah Hathway said residents are mounting a big campaign to save their libraries, and stop the cuts, but are concerned that the city's councillors will let them down again. Sue Bull reports.
The Communist Party of Swaziland is set to launch a “Break the Chains” campaign to demand the release of political prisoners, reports Peoples Dispatch.
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