The Organiser

The Australian voice of revolutionary feminism

Issue 37 – September 2021

Beware! Decades of hard-fought reforms under threat from Religious Freedom Bill

Beware! Decades of hard-fought reforms under threat from Religious Freedom Bill

With a federal election looming, the Morrison government has put religious freedom back on the political agenda with a new draft to be introduced by December.
Imperialist fiasco: the Afghan people need safety and solidarity

Imperialist fiasco: the Afghan people need safety and solidarity

Twenty years after the U.S. and its allies — including Australia — invaded Afghanistan, the venal puppet regime they propped up has collapsed, and the reactionary Islamist Taliban is back in charge.
Privatisation and pandemic profiteering: Time’s up for a system that started the crisis and can’t stop it

Privatisation and pandemic profiteering: Time’s up for a system that started the crisis and can’t stop it

The private sector’s shambolic efforts so far show that it can’t solve the crisis — because capitalism is the problem.
Stop the Lib/Lab attack on minor parties — defend and extend democratic rights

Stop the Lib/Lab attack on minor parties — defend and extend democratic rights

When it comes to elections, Australians are increasingly disengaged and don’t like what they see.
A woman wearing a mask that says "Condition Critical"

Radical Women launches online petition: Winning the vaccination race means putting the needs of people before profit

The online petition is an initiative of Radical Women to demand federal, state and territory governments to start implementing real and far-reaching solutions.
Break the cycle: End the criminalisation and abuse of kids

Break the cycle: End the criminalisation and abuse of kids

“All this pain, I am feeling inside. Eight months in the system has eaten my pride…I am stuck in Don Dale, when I get out, I promise I won’t fail.”
Review – Asbestos in Australia: From Boom to Dust

Review – Asbestos in Australia: From Boom to Dust

Asbestos in Australia: From Boom to Dust is not a simple read, yet it is a worthy resource.