Women and First Nations people too often languish in jail before trial, even if they can afford bail.
Break the cycle: End the jailing and abuse of children in Australia
A much-needed campaign is gaining steam to halt jailing children, especially Indigenous youth, and close down abusive prisons.
Imperialist alliance fuels arms race in Indo-Pacific
With the AUKUS defense agreement, Australia, the United Kingdom and the U.S. escalate tensions with China.
Capitalism: the real pandemic
As a light emerges at the end of the tunnel, the question now is how do we stop the next massive epidemic before it hits.
Destruction of sacred Indigenous sites
Blurb: Mistake by a rogue company? No, just business as usual.
India’s farmers strike for their lives
India’s massive uprising against big business and government defies gender, caste and religious divisions.
Book review: Oil Under Troubled Water — how Australia exploited Timor-Leste
“Oil Under Troubled Water” explores Australia’s dirty deals with Timor-Leste. It’s an education every working person needs.
First Nations, immigrants, and refugees fight for survival
As elsewhere, Covid-19 is ravaging the people of Australia unequally, and some are even being jailed for protesting on behalf of trapped prisoners.
The fires in Australia: Climate-warming crisis leads to outrage and solidarity
Despite Prime Minister Morrison’s denials, Australia’s fires are not “normal.”
Right-wing attacks on Australian Family Court are part of a broader agenda
Uber-conservative Prime Minister pushes “traditional” family to undermine women, LGBTIQ and Native rights.