Leila Khaled speaks with Green Left about the International Court of Justice genocide ruling, what really happened on October 7, solutions to the Palestinian/Israel conflict, and more.
Labor’s “grave concern” about a “catastrophic” military operation in Rafah is not enough, says the Socialist Alliance. It must respect Palestinians’ call for an immediate and lasting ceasefire, with no conditions.
Israel's denial that it is ethnically cleansing Palestinian people from their homes and lands reveals it is an apartheid state, a forum was told. Susan Price reports.
Accessible financial and other material supports, including housing, for victim-survivors are an important part of combatting gendered violence. Aneesa Bhamjee reports.
Globally, the Palestine movement’s demand for an arms embargo on Israel has had some success. We need to keep up the pressure here, argues Sue Bolton.
Kristin O’Connell, spokesperson for The Antipoverty Centre, spoke to Isaac Nellist about the need for government investment in public housing as one solution to counter worsening poverty.
The Antipoverty Centre's Kristin O'Connell spoke to Green Left's Isaac Nellist about solutions to counter worsening poverty and homelessness.
Bob Marley was adored by millions, especially the youth of poor countries such as Morocco. His son should be protested at WOMADelaide for supporting Israel's genocide of Palestinians, writes Sue Bull.
The Israeli arms industry has taken something of a shine to Victoria with Elbit Systems, manufacturing drones, one of its most enterprising representatives. Binoy Kampmark reports.
New South Wales Premier is reportedly watering down a bill to ban gay conversion therapy after pressure from the new NSW Faith Affairs Council. Paul Gregoire reports.
Prudence alone demands we pause AUKUS, as the terms of its final provisions allow signatories to do. Ken Blackman reports.
As the Reserve Bank of Australia and Labor and the Coalition continue to supress wages, living costs continue to rise. Peter Boyle reports.
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