Members of the United Automobile Workers (UAW) are striking against major US-owned car manufacturers, as they negotiate for lost wages and conditions and job security in a radically changing industry, reports Malik Miah.
Housing activists criticised the first Labor budget for failing to act on housing shortages affecting hundreds of thousands of people across New South Wales. Jim McIlroy reports.
João Pedro de Paula from the Brazilian Socialism and Liberty Party and a leader of the National Union of Students in Brazil and Ben Radford from Green Left gave useful insights into the diverse struggles underway in Latin America. Jim McIlroy reports.
Refugees started a week-long protest to demand permanent visas outside Home Affairs Minister Clare O’Neil electorate office. Chris Slee reports.
A snap action drew more than 30 people to Gowrie Station to push for the duplication of the Upfield Line which becomes a single track north of Fawkner. Jordan AK 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.
Filipino community groups organised a moving commemoration, “Never Again, Never Forget, Never Again To Martial Law” to mark resistance to ongoing martial law. Tracy Cabrera reports.
Zane Alcorn argues why those concerned about global warming have a duty to show solidarity with communities on the frontline of the climate crisis they did not create. This includes coal workers, who need alternative, sustainable jobs.
The Cuban government has denounced the participation of its citizens in Russia’s war on Ukraine, as it revealed the discovery of a human trafficking ring seeking to entice or trick Cubans into joining the war effort, reports Federico Fuentes.
Andrew Wilkie wants the Labor government to use the power it has to “discontinue the politically-motivated prosecutions” of whistleblowers David McBride and Richard Boyle. Paul Gregoire reports.
Leo Earle interviewed former political exile, LGBTQ activist and presidential advisor, Bella Galhos, on a recent visit to Timor Leste.
The campaign for accessible tram stops in the Merri-Bek area is growing, with the Rail Tram and Bus Union being the latest to throw its support behind the push for equity. Jacob Andrewartha reports.
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