This statement by the Australian sections of Freedom Socialist Party and of Radical Women came out immediately after the March massacre of Muslins in New Zealand.
Christchurch – A call to action
Melbourne Freedom Socialist Party and Radical Women statement
Standing in solidarity with the Christchurch Muslim community
Melbourne FSP’s message on the March 16 day of international anti-fascist action.
“Our survival depends on building a broad, democratic united front”
Speech by Emily Woo Yamasaki for the Freedom Socialist Party at the NYC March Against Racism and Fascism
Pride marches: Let’s globalise the Auckland ban on uniformed police
Participation by cops in uniform is one byproduct of transforming Pride events from political statements into corporate festivals.
A new government for New Zealand but workers’ struggles continue
For the first time in nine years and three election terms, the National Party is out. The Labour Party is in — but with a little help from some old friends.
New Zealand dock workers can win but not without a fight
Events continue to unfold at a dizzying speed in the industrial dispute at Ports of Auckland Limited (POAL). On Friday afternoon CEO Tony Gibson was insisting that the company’s plan… Read more »
Maori resistance to the theft of the seabed and foreshore
In June 2003, New Zealand’s Court of Appeal ruled that the customary title of Maori (Aotearoa/NZ’s Indigenous people) to the seabed and foreshore had never been legally extinguished, and that… Read more »