Community opposition to the secret AUKUS nuclear submarine deal is growing. Kerry Smith reports.
The campaign against multinational Viva Energy's gas import terminal in Corio Bay is gathering momentum. Sue Bull reports.
The Australian Lawyers Alliance has renewed calls to decriminalise cannabis use, saying Victorian Labor must shift away from law enforcement and punishment. Kerry Smith reports.
The Victorian government is dragging its feet on making public transport accessible to people with disabilities. Darren Saffin reports.
The New South Wales Nurses and Midwives Association will have its first openly contested leadership election since 2003 in October. Niko Leka reports.
Progressive Kurdish and Iranian groups organised a successful demonstration to protest the killing of Kurdish woman Jina Mahsa Amini by Iran's notorious "morality police". Peter Boyle reports.
Protesters rallied and marched through Sydney on September 24 demanding urgent action to address the climate crisis and a just transition to protect jobs, reports Peter Boyle.
If anything reflected Bernie Neville’s view on the working class, it was his often-repeated phrase: “No surrender!” Dave Riley reflects on the life of a militant unionist.
The Modi government is keen to fashion the Adani Group as a spear of influence, however its renewables story cannot hide the fact that its core business remains thermal coal mining, gas distribution and transportation, argues Binoy Kampmark.
Any call for a republic that is disconnected from addressing the very real social and ecological crises will not be enough, argues Sam Wainwright.
Suzanne James asks why the Australian Football League is so racist and, with clubs raking in billions in multi-stream revenue, why are taxpayers funding them?
Hunger has doubled in the world's 10 worst climate hotspots, worsened by profiteering on cereal markets by huge agriculture corporations. Peter Boyle reports.
Current laws regulating how data is managed by corporations and government organisations fail to fully protect consumers. Sonia Hickey reports.
The UNHCR said Australia has violated Torres Strait islanders' rights by ignoring their concerns about rising seas caused by climate change. Binoy Kampmark reports.
Marie Flood, a member of the Sydney Knitting Nannas and Friends, gave this speech at a Sydney climate protest alongside First Nations activists, unionists and high school activists speaking out for real action on the climate.
What began as a calm morning on on September 23 soon turned into a terrifying ordeal in the Kurdistan region of Iraq, when Iranian missiles rained down across the region, reports Marcel Cartier.
Climate change is disrupting and harming our lives, writes Tamara Pearson, so we need to disrupt and force change.
Along with widespread food insecurity, South Africans also experience “energy poverty”, making it difficult for them to cover other costs such as food, rent, and clothing, reports Vashna Jagarnath.
Nearly 80% of Chileans voted to draft a new constitution, but less than two years later, about 62% chose to reject the draft in a plebiscite on September 4. Ana Zorita explains why.
Luna Michaels talks about the struggle for democracy and an end to absolute monarchy in Swaziland.
Nilüfer Koç discusses the country-wide protests against the torture and killing of Mahsa (Jina) Amini.
Anti*Capitalist Resistance editorial board member Dave Kellaway analyses the result of Italy's election.
A cycle of protests began in Haiti in July 2018, and, despite the pandemic, has carried on since then, writes Vijay Prashad.
Our seas are being ravaged by exploitation for corporate profit, creating a social, economic and ecological crisis that threatens the very life support system of the Earth, writes Guy Standing.
When Russian President Vladimir Putin announced that 300,000 reservists would be called up to bolster the war effort, protests took place across the country, reports Dick Nichols.
A pro-fascist government has returned to power in the Italian elections, for the first time since Benito Mussolini was deposed in 1943, reports Daniel Castelli.
A majority of Cubans voted in favour of a new families code that allows same-sex couples to marry and adopt children. Ian Ellis-Jones reports.
Ukraine is almost certain to slip into hyperinflation if Russia's war continues beyond the next few months, reports Renfrey Clarke.
The blackout that engulfed Puerto Rico when Hurricane Fiona laid bare the impacts of austerity and privatisation carried under United States fiscal control, reports Barry Sheppard.
Mat Ward looks back at September's political news and the best new music that related to it.