THE ORGANISER

The Australian voice of revolutionary feminism

Issue 31 – May 2019

High school students hold signs during the 2019 Climate Strike in Melbourne

Time is up for IMARC — climate vandals and profiteers!

Oppose the world’s worst climate criminals, gathering in Melbourne for the International Mining and Resource Conference, with an ecosocialist plan to save our planet.
Banner that reads "We Won't Wait! End Domestic Violence"

Fight for a militant, democratic, feminist union movement

Taking sexual abuse seriously while defending the CFMMEU, a militant union under siege in Australia.
Lessons from the 2019 Australian Federal Election

Lessons from the 2019 Australian Federal Election

With the conservative coalition back in government, what’s next for the working class?
Honour the memory of Tanya Day — Stop Deaths in Custody

Honour the memory of Tanya Day — Stop Deaths in Custody

The families of indigenous people who die in custody, together with other champions of justice, are insisting that those responsible be held accountable.
From Bangkok to Jakarta to Kuala Lumpur: We’re here, we’re queer and we’re organising!

From Bangkok to Jakarta to Kuala Lumpur: We’re here, we’re queer and we’re organising!

Homophobia and transphobia are on the rise across South East Asia. So is LGBTIQ activist organising.
Author Susan Eisenberg reviews <i>High Voltage Women</i>

Author Susan Eisenberg reviews High Voltage Women

Eisenberg, a Resident Scholar at the Women’s Studies Research Center at Brandeis University, praises the book's "rich accomplishments."
Book cover for Dark Emu, Black Seeds: Agriculture or Accident? by Bruce Pascoe

Book review: Dark Emu

Rich history of agriculture hiding in plain sight.
Unionists holding signs reading "Disability services," "Child protection," and "Water & Energy Supplies to Households & Business"

Drawing the lessons from a 5-year pay and conditions battle

A discussion of how the government's "take it or leave it" attitude toward contract negotiations is affecting Australia's public service workers.
Strike victory for discount pharmacy workers in Australia

Strike victory for discount pharmacy workers in Australia

Successful fight against low pay, temporary work, bullying, and sexual harassment holds lessons for every job battle.