Sydney Stop the War condemned US President Joe Biden’s bombing raid on northern Iraq and called for the removal of all occupying troops in Iraq and Afghanistan, reports Kerry Smith.
In yet another example of democracy taking a hiding, Bathurst Council is trampling Aboriginal rights and heritage in its rush to set up a go kart track, writes Charles Boag.
Sydney Knitting Nannas and Friends are fighting to protect Murray Darling Basin River systems, reports Kerry Smith.
Workers at McCormick Foods Australia have walked out after their demands for improved working conditions and a pay rise were ignored. Sue Bolton reports.
A new ticket, Community Need Not Corporate Greed, will field a team in the Parramatta local government election, writes Kerry Smith.
Transgender rights activists protested outside Randwick Council against its transphobic policy relating to the McIver’s Ladies Baths, writes Rachel Evans and Oscar Bray.
Residents concerned about the Inner West Council’s pending rate rise — the result of the forced amalgamations of three councils — organised a bicycle ride protest, reports Peter Boyle.
Frederika Steen, Ian Rintoul and Alex Bainbridge speak about the latest developments following the release of twenty-five refugees from Kangaroo Point and Brisbane Immigration Transit Acommodation..
John Shipton has started an eight-city speaking tour in defence of his son Julian Assange who is still languishing in Belmarsh Prison, reports Kerry Smith.
Sam Wainwright argues that a vote for the Socialist Alliance is not a wasted vote. Rather it sends a signal that voters believe only mobilised communities can defeat capitalism.
Overwhelmed nurses, carers, elderly residents and their families have exposed that a root cause of so much of the neglect in private centres is understaffing. Jim McIlroy reports.
Angela Lynch discusses the impact of the merger of the Family Court and the Federal Circuit Court on victims and survivors of domestic violence.
NSW needs to adopt a communicative model of consent, replacing a law which is convoluted and open to interpretation, writes Chloe de Silva.
Suzanne James looks into Crown's financial deed with the NSW government and asks why any government would sign a compensation deal indemnifying an entity it is supposed to be regulating.
Monir Hossein, who fled political violence in Bangladesh spoke to Green Left from the Kangaroo Point hotel detention in February. He was one of 15 refugees released on March 1.
The upsurge in organising against sexual violence shows how far we have come but also how far we need to go, writes Pip Hinman.
Sarah Ellyard, a member of the nurses and midwives union, says climate action is urgent.
Green Left journalist and film maker Zebedee Parkes talks about his criticisms of the News Media Bargaining Code.
The link between gender inequality and women’s experiences of violence at work needs to be broken, argues Sarah Hathway.
Jono Mi Lo, Aleks Wansbrough, Fred Fuentes and Dirk Kelly look at what a left response to the rise of QAnon and other contemporary conspiracy theories could look like.
This year's Imrali peace delegation to Turkey heard disturbing accounts of brutality and repression at the hands of the Turkish state, writes Peter Boyle.
Weekly protests continue following Haitian President Jovenel Moïse’s decree extending his mandate for another 12 months. The Assembly of Haitians in Montréal against the Occupation of Haiti released the following statement, co-authored by Renel Exentus and Ricardo Gustave.
Geoffrey Aung discussed the likely implications of the February 3 coup in Myanmar/Burma, the class composition of the resistance, and how we should understand these developments in relation to the longer trajectory of capitalist transition in the country.
New evidence shows the New York Police Department and the Federal Bureau of Investigation were behind revolutionary Black leader Malcolm X's assassination on February 21, 1965, writes Malik Miah.
Chris Nelius, the director of Girls Can’t Surf, spoke with Green Left about the making of the film.