Socialist Alliance

Palestinian Australia Khaled Ghannam paid tribute to the common struggle across Latin America and Palestine for self-determination at the Chilean Communist Party's commemoration. Kerry Smith 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.

Labor needs reminding that war crimes do not justify further war crimes and even less so do they justify genocide, argues Alex Bainbridge.

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Socialist Alliance recommends a Yes vote for the referendum on the Voice. But we also recognise that substantial measures to benefit Indigenous people require a strengthening of the grassroots movements for change. This will be true whatever the outcome on October 14, writes Sam Wainwright.

Sarah Hathway from Socialist Alliance was declared elected to Windermere Ward of the City of Greater Geelong on June 28. Sue Bull reports.

John (Jack) Rice at a Repower Port Augusta reunion in 2017. Photo: Michael Kuble

John (Jack) Rice played an important role in many organisations. He recognised the critical relationship between theory and activism. He will be greatly missed, writes Paul Petit.

Ten climate activists have been variously charged under the NSW anti-protest laws for taking part in non-violent direct action protests. David Killingly reports.

Far from a groundswell, NSW Labor government received only a 3.6% swing, after 12 years of Coalition neoliberalism. James Wyner reports.

Isaac Nellist, who is standing on the Socialist Alliance Legislative Council ticket in the NSW election, talks about the campaign.

The cost of living is going through the roof and the housing crisis means more people cannot afford to rent or buy. Nearly everyone is feeling the pinch. That's why the Socialist Alliance platform for the NSW elections is is ‘People before Profit’.

Climate activist Richard Boult was found not guilty of all charges brought by NSW Police for stepping onto a road during a climate protest last June. David Killingly reports.

NSW is heading towards an election and communities are wondering if a future Labor government will make the necessary changes. Socialist Alliance candidate Rachel Evans talks about housing justice and her campaign.