Susan Price

palestine protest in melbourne

For the 37th consecutive week protesters took to the streets around the country to protest Labor’s complicity in Israel being able to continue its genocide in Gaza for nine months.

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Gaza Freedom Flotilla participant Helen O'Sullivan told Green Left's Susan Price that despite the setback in Istanbul, she and other activists are still determined to be onboard as the fleet carries out its mission.

Sydney protest for Palestine

Protests for Palestine coincided with the beginning of Eid al-Adha on the weekend of June 15–16, reports Isaac Nellist.

anti-fascist rally in Paris

Green Left’s Susan Price spoke with John Mullen, an anticapitalist activist living in Paris and a supporter of the left-wing France Insoumise, following the far-right's gains in the recent European elections and French President Emmanuel Macron’s decision to call a snap election.

Protesting at the Gold Coast Council

Gold Coast Mayor Tom Tate has rejected local residents’ call for the city to end ties with the Israeli coastal resort city of Netanya, reports Susan Price.

Sudanese refugee camp in Chad

April 15 marked one year since war broke out between rival military factions in Sudan, sending the country into a spiralling social and humanitarian crisis. Green Left’s Susan Price spoke with the Sudanese Australian Advocacy Network’s Wilson Madit Kuek about the scale of the crisis, SAAN’s work and prospects for peace and democracy.

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Opposition figure Bassirou Diomaye Faye, a former tax inspector from the Patriots of Senegal party (PASTEF), was sworn into office as Senegal’s new president on April 2 after his historic election on March 24. Susan Price looks at the factors behind his victory.

Social media corporations exercise a lot of power to manipulate people’s social and political views. As their power grows, Pip Hinman and Susan Price urge you to support Green Left’s voice-for-the-resistance journalism.

Human rights and solidarity groups have condemned the brutal torture of a West Papuan man by Indonesian troops in Yahukimo, in West Papua’s highlands, and have reaffirmed their calls for the United Nations Human Rights Commission to be allowed to visit Papua, reports Susan Price.

The 19th weekly rally on Gadigal land/Sydney

Israel's denial that it is ethnically cleansing Palestinian people from their homes and lands reveals it is an apartheid state, a forum was told. Susan Price reports. 

As Israel stormed a major hospital in Khan Younis, southern Gaza, killing patients, Australians took to the streets across the country to call for a permanent ceasefire. Alex Salmon, Peter Boyle, Susan Price, Jacob Andrewartha and Sarah Hathway report.

Several days before Israel’s ground invasion of Rafah, Gaza, tens of thousands took to the streets for the 17th consecutive week of protests across Australia.