THE ORGANISER

The Australian voice of revolutionary feminism


Issue 28 – April 2018

Fighting for socialist ideas on the ballot, in the community and on the streets

Fighting for socialist ideas on the ballot, in the community and on the streets

Hot on the heels of this year’s Melbourne Cup is the Victorian state election on November 24th. November may look like a bonanza for punters and pundits, but elections are more than a race between big money’s favourites.
The fight to end Australia’s exploitation of Timor Sea resources continues

The fight to end Australia’s exploitation of Timor Sea resources continues

Despite an agreement between Australia and Timor-Leste on a new maritime boundary, the regional imperialist bully is still fleecing its tiny, impoverished northern neighbour.
Out of patience! A reflection on the long fight against HIV/AIDS

Out of patience! A reflection on the long fight against HIV/AIDS

April first was a great day for the prevention of HIV in Australia.

An Australian public-sector worker speaks out

It will take more than a change of government to win rules that work for unionists

Australian unionists demand a fight for the right to strike

The industrial relations rules are stacked against workers and unions, in favour of corporations and conservative governments. We need to challenge all anti-union laws that restrict workers’ rights to organise.

Police armed with power but no accountability

When John, a disability pensioner, installed a CCTV camera at his Preston, Australia home, he had no idea that the violent thugs he’d catch would be police!