Australia Palestine Advocacy Network (APAN)

Sarah Schwartz of the Jewish Council of Australia said the appointment of an antisemitism envoy is needlessly provocative. Binoy Kampmark reports.

Paul Gregoire spoke to Cathy Peters, a former Greens councillor in Marrickville, who successfully moved a boycott, divestment and sanctions motion and who co-founded BDS Australia about prospects for the campaign against apartheid Israel.

Palestine Solidarity Conference, Naarm/Melbourne, May 12

The second Palestine Solidarity Conference organised by the Australia Palestine Advocacy Network attracted more than 250 people. Alex Bainbridge reports.

Thousands rally against Israel's genocide on Mother's Day

Thousands rallied around the country on the weekend of May 12, Mother's Day, in the 31st consecutive weekend of protests against Israel's genocide and Australia's complicity. Alex Bainbridge reports.

The Anthony Albanese government’s treatment of Palestinian refugees escaping the genocide in Gaza presents another blatant example of state-sponsored racism, argues Jonathan Strauss.

Palestinians fleeing war-ravaged Gaza for safety in Australia were left stranded, but an outcry has forced Labor to reinstate some of the temporary visas, writes A Firenze.

The Australia Palestine Advocacy Network is urging Labor to support South Africa’s suit against Israel for genocide in Gaza in the International Court of Justice in The Hague. Stuart Rees reports.

More than 150 people from across Australia and New Zealand attended the Palestine Solidarity Conference to discuss how to raise public awareness about Palestinian human rights and oppression. Michael Bull reports.

A conference on the boycott, divestment and sanctions (BDS) campaign for Palestinian justice will be held at the University of Sydney over July 28–29.

Free and open to the public, the conference will be the largest ever held on BDS in Australia, with three keynote lectures, four discussion panels and more than 30 separate talks on a wide array of topics.

Palestinians and their supporters gathered on November 15 at Federation Square in Melbourne to celebrate the Palestinian National Day. The Palestinian flag was raised for the first time ever in Melbourne and stood next to seven other Palestinian flags.