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Resistance, socialist youth organisation, held its national conference in the Thirroul Community Centre (Wollongong, NSW) over April 24-26, 2010. Nearly 300 largely young people took part in the event, discussing organising a fight back against racism, war and environmental destruction. The event was filmed by Win TV (regional NSW version of Channel Nine). The news report can be seen below.

As the world economy spirals down into its deepest crisis since the great depression, the writings of Karl Marx have made a return to the top seller lists in bookstores. In his native Germany, the sales of Marx’s works have trebled.

An afternoon of SANEity with members of Socialist Alliance New England, from 2pm to 6pm at Kent House in Faulkner Street, Armidale.

Ring Bea Bleile on 0458 752 680 for the address.

SANE will meet in the Jacaranda Room at Hughes House to share ideas and discuss plans for 2018. We’ll have dinner together and take time get to know each other better. More details closer to the date — ideas welcome.

Can capitalism solve the climate crisis?

We argue that under a profit driven system, it is not possible to implement the urgent solutions we need to address the climate and ecological crisis we're all facing.

Solutions lie in moving to a society that places human need first, a society that ceases to exploit and commodify people, animals and environment to generate billions for a select few.

Friday 24 Jan, 6pm
Geelong Activist Centre Bookshop
Geelong Trades Hall
127 Myers St, Geelong 3220

Alan Broughton, co-author of "Sustainable Agriculture vs Corporate Greed", will argue that small-scale, sustainable farming and socialism go hand in hand.

The industrial farming practiced by agribusiness is marked by land degradation and heavy use of insecticides, herbicides and fertilisers. Agribusiness is also a big contributor to greenhouse gas emissions. But contrary to the myths spread by big-business apologists, the evidence shows that family farms are many times more productive and better cared for than large holdings.

Jacobin Founder and Editor Bhaskar Sunkara speaks in Sydney sponsored by the SEARCH Foundation and Jacobin magazine. Bhaskar Sunkara is the Editor and Publisher of Jacobin magazine, editor of The ABCs of Socialism, and co-editor of The Future We Want: Radical Ideas for the New Century. Bhaskar will speak about future directions for the Left in an era of anti-politics, where the world stands at an economic, environmental and social crossroads. 

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