Activists joined members of the Indian Diaspora outside Victorian Parliament to show solidarity with the indigenous Kuki-Zo minority, who are being targeted by Hindu extremist organisations in Manipur. Jordan AK reports.
Fifty refugees rallied outside the electorate office of Minister for Home Affairs Clare O’Neil to demand permanent residency for thousands living on temporary visas. Chris Slee reports.
Margaret Kelly, who has been resisting the demolition of her home in the Barak Beacon housing estate, told a Green Left forum that the tenants thought they were in their “lifetime home”.
The Monash University branch of the National Tertiary Education Union took their enterprise bargaining campaign to prospective students, after a year of very little progress. Brenna Dempsey reports.
Residents of Techno Park Estate in Williamstown are campaigning against their eviction by the Hobson Bay City Council. Elizabeth Bantas reports.
The Rally for Forests in Naarm/Melbourne used puppetry to get its message across. Jordan AK reports.
Residents called on Labor to stand by the northern suburbs and acquire the site to ensure the future of Preston Market. Darren Saffin reports.
A public forum on the housing crisis was told that while non-market solutions are ignored by governments the housing crisis will intensify. Jordan AK reports.
The Hiroshima Day rally, organised by the No AUKUS Coalition Victoria, heard a variety of speakers condemn the AUKUS nuclear deal. Jordan AK reports.
The Victorian government is planning on changes to harsh bail laws but it appears that they are not going to be implemented immediately. Chris Slee reports.
Two young Cubans, currently touring Australia with the Australia-Cuba Friendship Society, are speaking at a public meeting on Cuba’s challenges and latest achievements. Allen Jennings reports.
In an interview with Green Left Radio, musician, activist and filmmaker Izzy Brown said there is “power in people and when those people are dancing the cops don't know what to do”, writes Ruth Heymann.