Ecosocialism 2024 conference organiser Sam Wainwright believes the far-right objections to even allowing Palestinian freedom fighter Leila Khaled to address the Ecosocialism 2024 conference is “fake outrage”, reports Pip Hinman.
The powerful new documentary Palestine Under Siege was screened across the country at sessions organised by Green Left, Socialist Alliance and Dare to Struggle Film Festival.
Tens of thousands joined protests condemning Australia's support for Israel's genocidal assault, which includes supplying arms and military intelligence.
Ukrainian community members and supporters rallied across Australia to commemorate the second anniversary of Russia’s full-scale invasion and Ukraine’s ongoing resistance. Federico Fuentes, Alex Salmon and Anne McMenamin report.
Trade Unionists for Palestine hosted a forum which discussed workers’ rights to stand in solidarity with Palestine in their workplaces. Rachel Evans reports.
Ecosocialism 2024 will be an invaluable opportunity to share experiences in building struggles against war and the climate catastrophe with activists from around the Indian Ocean. Fred Fuentes reports.
Wangan and Jagalingou Traditional Owners have filed a case against the Queensland government after it refused to suspend operations at the Adani/Bravus Carmichael coal mine, putting the Doongmabulla Springs at risk. Coral Wynter reports.
Stella Assange told protesters outside the Royal Courts of Justice that the case against Julian Assange is about the public's right to know about what governments do in their name. Alex Bainbridge and Kamala Emanuel report.
Despite the record heat conditions, more than 100 people protested outside the headquarters of Woodside. Alex Salmon reports.
Refugee rights group said 40 people who recently sought asylum in Western Australia should be brought back here from offshore detention. Pip Hinman reports.
Stella Assange spoke outside the Royal Courts of Justice on February 20, while Julian Assange's defence presents an appeal against his unfair extradition to the United States for exposing government crimes.
Representatives of more than 30 community organisations met to discuss working more closely to oppose AUKUS and the US-Australia war drive against China. Kerry Smith reports.
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