Greens MP for Griffith and housing spokesperson Max Chandler-Mather addresses the national Housing Justice Summit in Gadi/Sydney.
A mass movement has erupted in Pakistani-administered Jammu and Kashmir against spiralling energy and food prices, report Farooq Sulehria and Harris Qadeer.
Progressive leaders from Latin America gathered in Mexico on September 30, to discuss further regional integration, combating climate change, a regional currency and opposing sanctions. Tamara Pearson reflects on the contrasts with earlier gatherings at the height of the "Pink Tide".
Ammar Ali Jan is general secretary of the anti-capitalist Haqooq-e-Khalq Party in Pakistan. He spoke with Green Left’s Federico Fuentes about growing US-China tensions, its impacts on Pakistan and implications for anti-imperialism in the Global South.
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?”.
Suzanne James looks at the NDIS review panel's interim report and finds even the people who built the NDIS are still struggling to clearly define all its moving parts.
US-based Hong Kong socialist activist and scholar Promise Li discusses how economic interdependence across rivaling geopolitical blocs shapes inter-imperialist tensions today, with Green Left’s Federico Fuentes.
Housing activists criticised the first Labor budget for failing to act on housing shortages affecting hundreds of thousands of people across New South Wales. Jim McIlroy reports.
Leo Earle interviewed former political exile, LGBTQ activist and presidential advisor, Bella Galhos, on a recent visit to Timor Leste.
In the first part of our interview, Austrian Marxist Michael Pröbsting, author of The Great Robbery of the South and Anti-Imperialism in the Age of Great Power Rivalry, discusses his views on imperialism in the 21st century with Green Left’s Federico Fuentes.
Anglicare Australia’s new report says people on low incomes often end up paying more for basic goods. Isaac Nellist reports.