Peter Boyle reports that thousands marched through Sydney to demand democracy in Iran and justice for Jina Mahsa Amini.
Two climate activists are defending their charges of blocking the road to Woodside Energy’s Scarborough liquid natural gas plant on the Burrup Peninsula, reports Nova Sobieralski.
Climate campaigners are demanding that Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation, MUFG Union Bank and Mizuho Bank stop funding Whitehaven Coal. Coral Wynter reports.
The Construction, Forestry, Maritime, Mining and Energy Union adopted a resolution against AUKUS at its recent national conference. Kerry Smith reports.
A protest outside the office of immigration minister Andrew Giles demanded permanent visas for refugees. Chris Slee reports.
This year's Closing the Gap report provides more damning evidence of the colonialist approach to First Nations people. Isaac Nellist reports.
Climate activists rallied to defend the right to protest and to free Violet CoCo, who was sentenced to 15 months in prison for blocking one lane of traffic on the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Isaac Nellist reports.
Protesters gathered outside the Perth Magistrates Court to protest the 15-month prison sentence handed to climate activist Violet CoCo for blocking traffic in Sydney. Alex Salmon reports.
The Federal Court has dismissed Santos’ appeal against the finding that the oil and gas corporation had failed to consult Traditional Owners on the Barossa gas project in the Timor Sea. Pip Hinman reports.
“The Australian Defence Exports Office is a gift from the government to the weapons’ corporations,” Miriam Torzillo told protesters outside its office. Paul Oboohov reports.
Climate activist Violet CoCo has been sentenced to 15 month’s prison for blocking vehicles, possessing a bright light distress signal and refusing to comply with police directions, reports Rachel Evans.
Right-wing groups are leading violent protests in Bolivia. Juana Maldonado asks Australians to stand in solidarity with the Bolivian government and its people.
The unjust jailing of climate activist Violet CoCo exposes the limits of the type of democracy we are being asked to uphold, argues Alex Bainbridge.
The Socialist Alliance supports the right of Ukrainians to resist Russia's invasion and access military assistance, including military training, but is opposed to Australian personnel participating in Operation Interflex.
While the new laws were never going to be a fix-all, they do not help those affected by data breaches. Privacy protections also need to be strengthened. Vivien Miley reports.
The NSW Premier said he is pleased Deanna “Violet” CoCo was jailed for her non-violent protest. Wendy Bacon writes that he is out of step with human rights and climate change groups.
After a long battle by campaigners, the Restoration of Territory Rights Bill 2022 has passed, opening the way for Territories to pass voluntary assisted dying laws. Suzanne James reports.
Grassroots movements have gotten us to the point where governments can no longer deny climate change is happening. Pip Hinman argues that those movements have to grow to avoid being sucked into false solutions.
Australia’s adversarial justice system effectively puts the victim/survivor on trial and retraumatises them all over again. Zeta Henderson argues urgent changes are needed.
Getting the Victorian government back in the game on energy ownership is good policy and appears to have been widely welcomed in the elections, argues Cam Walker.
Nursing union activist and Socialist Alliance member Chris Jenkins explains the dispute between the Australia Nursing Federation WA and the WA government on the latest Green Left Show.
Federal public servants will start enterprise bargaining from next May after receiving only small pay rises throughout the nine years of Coalition government. Stanley Blair reports.
Firearms Prohibition Orders are supposed to target organised crime. But are they just another way for police to search and detain without cause and accountability, asks Suzanne James?
Russia's invasion of Ukraine is generating debate among southern Europe's pacifist and progressive forces, who turned out for a massive anti-war protest in Rome last month, reports Dick Nichols.
Socialist and environmental activists came together to launch a course of educational seminars on ecosocialism in the Philippines’ capital, Manila, on November 25, reports Susan Price.
Ecosocialism 2022 session on Ukraine, imperialism and the left featuring Denys Pilash and Sam Wainwright.
Choo Chon Kai, a leading activist in the Socialist Party of Malaysia, has been building solidarity with democracy activists in China for many years. He discusses the recent protests in several cities in China.
Negotiations to end Russia's war in Ukraine must be aimed at achieving a lasting and just peace. Federico Fuentes reports.
Peruvian President Pedro Castillo has been impeached by right-wing forces in Congress, the final act in a 17-month-long destabilisation campaign, reports Ana Zorita.
The United States has unveiled its latest deadly weapon of aggression in the Indo-Pacific, reports Binoy Kampmark.
The United States Supreme Court struck down a state law in June that restricted the carrying of guns in public, reports Barry Sheppard. Since then, 38 states have legislated some form of "open carry" laws.
The United States House of Representatives has passed legislation blocking a national rail strike planned for December 9, reports Malik Miah.
Almost 1000 delegates representing more than two hundred workers’ organisations in more than 120 countries gathered in Melbourne for the International Trade Union Confederation's 5th World Congress, reports Ron Guy.
The idea of trusting the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund with “innovative approaches” to assist developing countries dealing with the effects of climate change is a recipe for disaster, writes Chris Lang.
For the right-wing press, Elon Musk — who backed the Republicans in the recent midterm elections — is a social media saviour, writes Ari Paul.
Sovereign Cinema, part of Melbourne's Environmental Film Festival, is a one-day mini-festival on December 10, reports Kerry Smith.