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Stop these tragic deaths By Brandon Astor Jones and Jeffrey von Arx “Aboriginal inmates have been victimised, intimidated and ... abused. [Their] ... basic human rights have been defiled and are being defiled on a daily basis.”
A celebration of courage and solidarity Honey and AshesDirected by Nadia FaresWith Nozha Khouadra, Amel Ledhili, Naji Najeh, Samia MzaliScreened at the 45th Sydney Film Festival Review by Francesca Davis Honey and Ashes is a powerful movie
Free Burma conference MELBOURNE — To mark the 10th anniversary of the 1988 pro-democracy uprising in Burma, the All Burma Students Democratic Organisation is holding an Activists' Conference for a Free Burma here on July 18-19 at Ridley College,
Choice and the media Since the early days of the suffrage movement, economic independence from men has been recognised as an essential component of women's liberation. The basic demands of the women's movement for equal pay, public child-care
Among the BarbariansBy Paul SheehanRandom House, 1998. 338 pp., $19.95 Review by Ben Reid This book represents the ideas that underpin much of the xenophobic and racist thinking of the "respectable" right in Australian politics. Sheehan, a
Signs of disillusionment with ANC By Norm Dixon There is evidence that the African National Congress government's pro-big business economic policies are causing growing disillusionment amongst the black working class and poor. While South
English Proficiency Examination — Intending Migrants to Australia English Proficiency Examination — Intending Migrants to Australia This examination is administered under provisions of the Commonwealth Immigration Act (Amended), 2002. Please
By Natasha Sinnett HOBART — About 200 people attended the annual Queer Collaborations conference here on June 29-July 3. After the successful struggle by the Tasmanian Gay and Lesbian Group to have discriminatory state laws overturned in 1995,
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GLW is taking a break Green Left Weekly is taking a one-week break so that the paper's contributors and distributors can attend the Resistance National Conference in Melbourne on July 11-13. The next issue will be dated July 22.
Socialists launch new e-mail bulletin By Al McCall As an adjunct to its political campaigns, the Democratic Socialists have launched an e-mail based information service. Called DS_NET, it is geared toward generating information about the work the

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