On Saturday 9 September, the National Union of Students’ Get A Room campaign, in collaboration with the NSW Greens’ housing and homelessness spokesperson Jenny Leong, are calling on supporters to join a Sydney-wide demonstration to FIX THE HOUSING CRISIS ahead of the upcoming NSW state budget.
Australian Labor Party (ALP)
Community members across the country are showing incredible leadership to tackle the climate crisis. It’s time for the Australian Labor Party to follow suit. The biggest event on the Labor party calendar is coming to Meanjin/Brisbane — the Labor Party Conference. It’s an opportunity the climate movement can’t afford to miss.
Sue Bull, Zane Alcorn and Chloe DS were featured speakers at a September 26 forum titled “Albanese's Labor: Sacrificing principles for power?”.
Prime Minister Anthony Albanese's argument that long-term government is counterposed to pro-working class policies contains major flaws, argues Alex Bainbridge.
“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 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.
The Greens have shown that Labor’s Housing Australia Future Fund bill would not guarantee funding for public, social and affordable housing nor would it tackle out-of-control rent rises. Alex Bainbridge reports.
Tributes to Stewart West were powerfully worded, but hearing Anthony Albanese and Peter Dutton honour him for the kinds of things they mostly do not do made me angry. Emily McGrath looks at the legacy of her late grandfather.
The Scott Morrison multiple-portfolio saga is just the tip of the credibility crisis plaguing politics. Sam Wainwright argues we need to look a lot further than the restoration of Westminster conventions.
Backed by big business, mining companies and billionaires, Labor and the Coalition spent millions of dollars on political advertising to win votes, according to a new report by The Australia Institute. Isaac Nellist reports.
Asked recently how he would act on his promise to help Julian Assange, Anthony Albanese implied he was working to bring the matter to a close. Binoy Kampmark wonders if he will.
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