The 15-month jail sentence handed to climate protester Violet Coco in Sydney in December has drawn outrage.
On 19 December last year, President John Dowsett from the national Native Title Tribunal shamefully ruled in favour of gas giant Santos against Gomeroi native title applicants.
The Australian Electoral Study has released a report after every election for the last 30 years. Its most recent on the 2022 election sheds light on Labor’s victory and current political attitudes.
Adelaide bus drivers struck on 9 January, picketing depots and bringing most public buses to a standstill.
Anthony Albanese has trumpeted Labor’s efforts to cap coal and gas prices as a solution to soaring power bills.
Racism and Indigenous rights
Many Indigenous people are sceptical about the planned Voice to parliament, despite the media focus on its support. Solidarity spoke to Indigenous activists Callum Clayton-Dixon, Suellyn Tighe and Michael Mansell about the problems with the proposal.
The US is the biggest bully in the Pacific, with rings of military bases blocking and threatening China, writes Tom Orsag.
It is already clear enough what the Voice would look like—a powerless advisory body that could be ignored the minute it raised any real demands for change.
Sunday 9 October is the tenth anniversary of Julia Gillard’s Misogyny Speech, when she destroyed Liberal leader Tony Abbott in parliament.
The protests in Iran that began following the death of Mahsa Amini in September have now continued for more than 100 days.
Sison dedicated his life to fighting colonialism and imperialism. But his devotion to a version of Stalinist politics means that, ultimately, his was a deeply flawed revolutionary project that has left a deep scar on Filipino politics.
Radical history and theory
Today, as workers join the struggles on the streets in Iran, there is inspiration to be gained and lessons learned from the events of 1979.