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Twenty-two-year-old Mitch Cherry has been preselected to run for the Socialist Alliance in the seat of Bellarine in the November 27 Victorian state elections. * * * Being heard is one of the biggest challenges facing young people. We're forced into the workforce early to learn “work ethics” and the value of money. At 15 or 16, we might be working full time as an apprentice, or flipping burgers, but we’re not allowed to vote. We pay taxes but have no representation.
Coal rules. That was the message delivered last week by the new Labor government. Freshly appointed climate change minister Greg Combet began his ministership by telling the September 13 Australian: “The coal industry is a very vibrant industry with a strong future. What you've got to do is look to how we can achieve in the longer term things like carbon capture and storage for coal-fired power stations.”
Soubhi Iskander is a Socialist Alliance Senate candidate for NSW in the 2010 federal elections. He was born in Sudan and has been a socialist for more than half a century. Despite being jailed and tortured, he remains a committed and active socialist and now is the editor of Green Left Weekly’s Arabic supplement, The Flame. Iskander is furious but not surprised at the scapegoating of refugees and recent immigrants in the current federal election campaign.

In the Jacaranda Room at Hughes House, behind Kent House, in Faulkner Street, Armidale. All members and supporters welcome.

Saturday 14 March, 12.30pm for Lunch, 1pm for Meeting @ Geelong Trades Hall, 127 Myers St, Geelong

Strategic Planning for 2020, open to members and invited guests. If you would like to attend please email 

Branch Meeting - all members and supporters are welcome!

Jacaranda Room at Hughes House, behind Kent House, opposite Central Park in Faulkner Street, Armidale.

Planning meeting for Socialist Alliance

Come along if you want to get involved with Socialist Alliance

Socialist Alliance branch meeting

Socialist Alliance Geelong meets on the first Wednesday of the month in the Lower Hall at Geelong Trades Hall, 127 Myers Street, Geelong 3220. The next meeting is 127 Myers Street, Geelong.

6pm for dinner, 6.30pm for meeting. Meetings open to interested and prospective members.

Contact geelong@socialist-alliance.org or call Sue Bull on 0458 747 726

Wollongong, 1980: Denied jobs at the steelworks – the city’s main employer – working class / migrant women refused to accept discrimination. They began a campaign for the right to work that lasted for fourteen years. Their battle against BHP, the country’s richest and most powerful company, took them from factory gate to the highest court in the land and changed the rules for women throughout Australia.

Branch meeting of Socialist Alliance New England upstairs at the Wicklow Hotel. All welcome!

There will be a Queensland Socialist Alliance state conference on Saturday 26 June for members and supporters of Socialist Alliance.

There will be a Cairns meeting point and an online option as well. Contact Socialist Alliance for more details.

The conference will consider mounting a senate ticket for the next federal election.

Brisbane branch will hold a regular monthly branch meeting at 3pm on the same day in the Albion Peace Centre.

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