A group of Iranian refugees have begun a sit-in outside the Melbourne office of the Department of Immigration. Chris Slee reports.
More than 200 people reclaimed Beaumont Street in Hamilton, Newcastle, on October 28 as part of Reclaim the Night, reports Steve O'Brien.
About 30 activists defied police intimidation to protest the International Mining and Resources Conference at the International Convention Centre in Darling Harbour. Kerry Smith reports.
More than 1000 Iranians and supporters took part in a moving global protest in Sydney. Rachel Evans reports.
Cassius Turvey vigil: 'No Black child is ever in the wrong place at the wrong time on their own land'
More than 3000 people gathered outside Sydney Town Hall on November 2 to call for justice for 15-year-old Cassius Turvey. Isaac Nellist reports.
Barry Healy reports that thousands of people from across Perth attended a vigil in Midland to commemorate the life of 15-year-old Noongar man Cassius Turvey.
A large crowd at the Justice For Cassius Turvey vigil heard a moving message from Mechelle Turvey, the mother Noongar boy Cassius Turvey, who died after a brutal racist assault while he was walking home from school.
Plasterboard workers at Knauf returned to work after winning their demands for permanency and a pay rise. Chris Slee reports.
The Independent and Peaceful Australia Network is hosting its national conference as well as launching the results of its people's inquiry into militarism. Bevan Ramsden reports.
Thousands of people across the country are turning out to celebrate and mourn Noongar boy Cassius Turvey, who died after being set upon and beaten by youths with an iron bar on October 13. Isaac Nellist reports.
RAFFWU secretary Josh Cullinan has promised more strikes and escalating bans unless Apple agrees to workers’ calls for a fair enterprise agreement. Isaac Nellist reports.
Pro-choice activists protested outside an anti-abortion conference organised by Coalition in Defence of Human Life. Alex Salmon reports.
An alliance of climate action and environment groups have condemned police intimidation against activists in the lead up to IMARC. Isaac Nellist reports.
Protesters gathered in Sydney to demand the United States government end its 60-year-old illegal blockade of Cuba, in the lead up to another United Nations vote on the issue. Jim McIlroy reports.
Food Not Bombs Newcastle is building community by providing warm vegan meals for locals. Theodore L Catt reports.
Environmental Jobs Alliance Geelong (EJAG) celebrated its work with a dinner involving representatives from the Wadawurrung Traditional Owners Aboriginal Corporation, unionists, community members and local businesses. Jackie Kriz reports.
The Illawarra community gathered at Lysaght Park for the annual Reclaim the Night protest to demand the right to be free from violence. Kate Simpson reports.
Socialist Alliance candidates Sue Bolton and Sarah Hathway join us for the latest Green Left Show to discuss the political situation in the lead up to the Victorian elections.
The United States’ plan to deploy six nuclear-capable B-52 bombers to the Tindal Air Base near Darwin reminds us that war madness remains as real as ever, argues Peter Boyle.
Australia lacks ambition and needs to do more in the global effort to stay below 1.5°C, the United Nations said on the eve of its climate summit in Egypt, reports Pip Hinman.
Palestinian activists’ hopes for change were boosted by Labor’s decision to end recognition of West Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. Khaled Ghannam looks at how much change Labor is prepared to make.
Premier Andrew’s energy announcement is a nod to the failures of privatisating the energy sector and the growing pressure to speed up the transition, argues Sarah Hathway.
The controversy over a recent investigation into alleged fraud in the Medicare system points to system failures resulting from chronic under-funding. Jim McIlroy reports.
The Maritime Union of Australia has just marked the 150th anniversary of its formation. MUA Victoria deputy branch secretary Dave Ball discusses the union's internationalism and enduring militancy.
Russia’s lower house of parliament passed a bill to outlaw the promotion of “non-traditional sexual relations” on October 27. Not one of the 400 MPs opposed it, reports Dick Nichols.
More than six weeks of protests in Iran show there is a real prospect of change, but the Iranian people need our urgent support, reports Peter Murphy.
Socialist Party of Malaysia deputy chairperson S. Arutchelvan talks about the November 19 snap general elections and the politics and agendas of the various parties in contention.
Five Palestinians were killed during an Israeli assault targeting the Lions Den resistance group in the occupied West Bank city of Nablus on October 25, reports Tamara Nassar.
Speaking from Kyiv, Denys Pilash — a political scientist and activist with the Ukrainian democratic socialist organisation Social Movement — addressed Green Left’s Ecosocialism 2022 conference.
Ahead of COP27, governments are making a big deal of their pledges to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. But even if all the pledges were kept, global warming would still reach catastrophic levels, argues Ben Radford.
Pro-Kanak independence leader Louis Kotra Uregei will be remembered as someone who all his life fought for the well-being of the Kanak people, writes John Garcia.
United States Ambassador to Honduras Laura Dogu was summoned by Honduran foreign minister Enrique Reina on October 31 for meddling in the country’s internal affairs, writes Ana Zorita.
The key to defending Luiz Inacio "Lula" da Silva's government and ensuring progress will be the revitalisation of the popular organisations and indigenous and labour movements, argues Dave Kellaway.
Canada: Education workers announce wildcat action after Ontario suspends human rights to crush their union
Ontario's heavy-handed attack on workers’ rights poses a serious threat to labour movements and could set a precedent for dismantling the foundations of collective bargaining, reports Jeff Shantz.
Thousands took to the streets to celebrate as Workers’ Party candidate Luiz Inacio "Lula" da Silva defeated Jair Bolsonaro in one the most crucial elections in Brazil’s history, reports People's Dispatch.
Ahead of the COP27 climate meeting in Egypt, the Breaking Green podcast spoke to Nigerian environmentalist Nnimmo Bassey.
The platforming of transphobic figures in the media, including in programs such as Media Watch, has harmful consequences for transgender and non-binary people, argue Alex Salmon and Nova Sobieralski.
Tim Minchin is BACK in this film of his last international tour. It shows him to be a remarkably talented, sharp-witted performer with astonishing musicality. Barry Healy reviews.
Chris Bambery pays tribute to author and class fighter, Mike Davis.
The kicking of the first ball in Qatar will induce a collective sporting amnesia for which the Socceroos will be complicit, argues Binoy Kampmark.
Mat Ward looks back at October's political news and the best new music that related to it.
Barry Healy reviews an inspiring new history of the 1960's New York Puerto Rican radicals, the Young Lords, who challenged those in power to attend to people's suffering in East Harlem.