Tens of thousands of people who marched through the streets of the CBD calling on Israel stop its genocidal war on Palestine also chanted 'Shame, shame Albanese!' Peter Boyle reports.
Stories from Green Left News Podcast 23
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Most First Nations people have rightly felt the result of the Voice referendum as a slap in the face, but the movement needs to look forward and continue to pressure Labor to implement the Statement from the Heart in full, argues Peter Boyle.
No-one with a conscience can watch Israel’s bombardment of Gaza and not feel horrified. Sue Bull argues for an immediate ceasefire and a just political resolution which includes Palestinians’ right to self-determination and an end to Israel’s occupation.
A successful housing summit bought campaigners together to discuss the problems and canvass solutions. Rachel Evans and Virginia Gawler report.
NSW Labor is pulling out all stops to intimidate Palestinian Australians and their supporters from protesting Israel’s horrific attack on the 2.3 million inhabitants of the Gaza Strip. Pip Hinman reports
Hundreds attended a forum to discuss why fossil fuel projects should not be given the go-ahead in a time of climate crisis. Niko Leka reports.
Federal public service workers in Services Australia, incorporating Centrelink, went on strike for 24 hours in support of their claim for an improved pay offer. Jim McIlroy reports.
Climate activist Jay Larbalestier was resentenced after police were found to have provided false information in his arrest at a climate protest in April last year. Susan Price reports.
Berlin’s grassroots housing movement Deutsche Wohnen Enteignen (Expropriate Deutsche Wohnen, DWE) launched its new campaign on September 26 for a legally binding referendum to expropriate housing from corporate landlords, reports Ben Radford.
A mass movement has erupted in Pakistani-administered Jammu and Kashmir against spiralling energy and food prices, report Farooq Sulehria and Harris Qadeer.
The principle of “one person one vote” took a big leap forward in the City of Sydney last week with the abolition of double votes for business, writes Andrew Chuter.
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