Green Left journalists Isaac Nellist and Aneesa Bhamjee go through the latest news from across the continent and around the world.
Accessible financial and other material supports, including housing, for victim-survivors are an important part of combatting gendered violence. Aneesa Bhamjee reports.
Alex Salmon reviews Knocking the top off: A people’s history of alcohol in Australia, edited by Alex Ettling and Iain McIntyre.
Andrew Chuter reviews Their Blood Got Mixed, a graphic memoir through the heart of a remarkable experiment in self-determination.
The presence of the Basij militia of the Revolutionary Guards and other security agencies has turned Iran's universities into barracks, writes Mohammad Sadeghpour.
Supporters of abortion rights in the United States are working hard and having success in overturning nefarious state bans, reports Barry Sheppard.
French solidarity activist Patrick Le Tréhondat spoke with members of Ukraine’s ReSew sewing cooperative.
Poland’s October 15 parliamentary elections have ended the eight-year rule of the incumbent right-wing political alliance, reports Szymon Martys.
Activists joined members of the Indian Diaspora outside Victorian Parliament to show solidarity with the indigenous Kuki-Zo minority, who are being targeted by Hindu extremist organisations in Manipur. Jordan AK reports.
An interfaith gathering with the women of Manipur called on governments to investigate Hindu extremist organisations in Australia which have been accused of fuelling hate crimes in India. Peter Boyle reports.
The brilliance of Barbie is its confrontation of patriarchy and power, writes Christine Hepsie.
The world lost a powerful force for justice on July 28, when poet, activist, singer and inspiration to millions, Sinéad O’Connor died at 56, writes Leo Earle.
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