Australian Labor Party (ALP)

Australian Greens leader Adam Bandt tells Green Left's Isaac Nellist why he thinks joining the #PeoplesBlockade of the world’s biggest coal port is so important.

Anthony Albanese has just returned from his second visit to Washington since being elected, showing his determination to support the US’s imperial aims in the Asia-Pacific. Pip Hinman reports.

Khaled Ghannam argues there are many questions regarding Labor’s position on this genocidal war on Gaza, including why it is not assisting Palestinian-Australians to leave the war zone.

climate protest

The Global Ecosocialist Network brought together labour and climate justice activists from Africa, Asia, the United States and Europe, in June, to discuss how to build stronger links, reports Susan Price.

Sue Bull, Zane Alcorn and Chloe DS were featured speakers at a September 26 forum titled “Albanese's Labor: Sacrificing principles for power?”.

Housing protest outside the Labor national conference, August 19

Prime Minister Anthony Albanese's argument that long-term government is counterposed to pro-working class policies contains major flaws, argues Alex Bainbridge.

Time's up Labor: climate protest outside national conference

“Protect Country and our climate” was the headline message of a protest outside the Labor Party national conference opening. Alex Bainbridge reports.

To challenge its drive to war and to force the government to invest in its people, students need to organise, argues Harrison Brennan.

The Hiroshima Day rally, organised by the No AUKUS Coalition Victoria, heard a variety of speakers condemn the AUKUS nuclear deal. Jordan AK reports.

Refugee Action Collectives have launched an open letter asking the Minister for Home Affairs Clare O'Neil to help refugees stranded in Indonesia. 

Refugee rights activists outside treasurer Jim Chalmers' office

Refugee rights activists held a protest outside Jim Chalmers’ electoral office, calling on Labor to deliver better policy for refugees and asylum seekers. Alex Bainbridge reports.

Sydney housing protest

The Greens leadership is wrong to focus on getting more MPs and that its someone else’s job to do the “street heat” it knows is needed, argues Sam Wainwright. The changes we urgently need will only come from sustained extra-parliamentary mobilisations.