South African human rights activist Salim Vally speaks to Jonathan Ramnac in the latest episode of the Green Left Show.

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Isaac Nellist and Riley Breen discuss some of the highlights from Ecosocialism 2024.

This link provides a compilation of videos from the Ecosocialism 2024: Climate Action Not War conference, hosted by Green Left and co-sponsored by Socialist Alliance and LINKS International Journal of Socialist Renewal.

In a cynical attempt to quash free speech and pro-Palestinian activism by staff and students, management at the University of Sydney announced a new Campus Access Policy. Markela Panegyres reports.

Clifton D'Rozario in 2024

Following India’s 2024 general elections, Green Left’s Isaac Nellist spoke with Clifton D’Rozario, a leading member of the Communist Party of India (Marxist-Leninist) Liberation (CPIML), about the fights ahead.

Supporters of the Powerhouse Museum are concerned that NSW Labor is not sticking to its promise to retain the arts and sciences museum. Tom Lockley reports.

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Samsung workers in South Korea embarked on their first-ever strike on June 7, involving about one-fifth of Samsung’s workforce in the country. Pranjal Pandey reports.

More than 200 Palestine solidarity campaigners joined a community picket against Electromold in Thomastown. Jacob Andrewartha reports.

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14,000 children have been killed in Gaza since October last year and an estimated 17,000 children are unaccompanied or separated. Vijay Prashad reports.

Bullying your way to nuclear power might play out well in the Coalition party room, but it’s unlikely to win favour with the states or voters, writes Jim Green.

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The US state of Maryland made history when it legalised cannabis in a constitutional referendum on July 1, last year. The state took a further step on June 17, pardoning 175,000 cannabis convictions, reports Malik Miah.

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The victory of the far right in the first round of elections in France is a severe setback. However the left has also made real advances. John Mullen outlines an anti-capitalist perspective on the deep political crisis in France.