Gunnai Gunditjmara and Djab Wurrung woman Senator Lidia Thorpe's bill to enshrine First Peoples’ rights across all new laws was voted down. Paul Gregoire reports.
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Most First Nations people have rightly felt the result of the Voice referendum as a slap in the face, but the movement needs to look forward and continue to pressure Labor to implement the Statement from the Heart in full, argues Peter Boyle.
Gunnai Gunditjmara and Djab Wurrung woman and Independent Victorian Senator Lidia Thorpe described the No vote as a win for the sovereign rights of First Peoples to determine their own destiny. Kerry Smith reports.
A culturally significant Djab Wurrung Birthing Tree, near Buangor, has been vandalised prompting calls for better cultural heritage laws. Kerry Smith reports.
One of the concerns of First Nations activists in the progressive No camp is that the Voice will not be truly representative. They have reason for concern, argues Peter Boyle.
The No campaign opposes the movement for First Nations sovereignty and a genuine, continent-wide, Treaty process. But the Yes campaign politically surrenders to the right on this core issue, argues Peter Boyle.
Ecosocialism 2023: A World Beyond Capitalism conference, hosted by Green Left and co-sponsored by Socialist Alliance, provided a platform for the voices of peace, justice and ecological sustainability from across the region. Sue Bull reports.
The Voice to Parliament bill has passed and Australians will vote on enshrining a Voice in the Constitution in the next six months. Pip Hinman reports.
The spectacle of Coalition MPs weaponising Brittany Higgins’ allegation of rape in Parliament House is stomach churning. Pip Hinman reports.
A forum hosted by Green Left highlighted ongoing struggles by LGBTIQ radical activists in a highly corporatised Sydney World Pride.
Senator Lidia Thorpe should be congratulated for putting a Treaty with First Nations people on the political agenda. Progressives need to support that campaign, argue Jacob Andrewartha and Sue Bolton.
Senator Lidia Thorpe has quit the Greens Party to sit on the Senate crossbench and help build a strong grassroots Blak Sovereign Movement. Ben Radford reports.
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