Le féminisme et la crise du Parti socialiste britannique des travailleurs
Este declaracion en español / This statement in Spanish Cette déclaration en anglais / This statement in English Vers la fin de 2012, deux membres du Parti socialiste britannique des travailleurs (SWP) ont accusé un
Feminism and the crisis in the British SWP
This 2013 statement discussing sexual violence and the importance of feminism in left groups takes on new resonance given events in ISO.
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The Freedom Socialist is bi-monthly newspaper for thinkers and doers. It provides a much-needed international, workingclass, and feminist perspective. Check out articles here. The paper offers an analysis other media respect; recently, Truthout, Monthly Review,
Send a message to FMO: No profit from assassinations
Berta Caceres, a Honduran indigenous rights activist, helped delay the construction of the Agua Zarca dam which, if built, would destroy her community. As a result, Berta became a target for corporate spying, intimidation, and
Women’s liberation needs transgender warriors
Radical Women counters the transphobia of feminists who see trans women as "ghastly parodies," in Germaine Greer's words, with an argument against biological determinism.
We will demand justice for TJ and we will march!
After the 2014 march, the police Superintendent declared, “there will be no more Hickey marches.” The movement to stop Aboriginal deaths in custody had other ideas!
End the cover-up of police abuse Victorian campaign to stop police investigating-police
While the Independent Broad-Based Anti-Corruption Commission has the word “independent” in its title, it is anything but!
Touch one, touch all: Racism, the fascist threat and how unions can fight it
Come to this public meeting of unionists sharing their perspectives about how, as a movement, we can stop this danger.
Fight the fascists, bury the bigots and halt the homophobes!
Our united front contingent will highlight the continued struggle for LGBTIQA rights against the fascists, bigots, homophobes, and all the collective dross of the far right.
Eradicate fascism through a united front: Why unions are crucial
Since April, broad community organising has repeatedly repelled the fascist United Patriots Front (UPF) and the far-right Reclaim Australia (RA) in Melbourne and Bendigo.
Health workers speak out for refugee rights
Across the country, health workers are refusing to send children back to detention, knowing that conditions there are making them sick.
Public service bargaining battle Union launches fund to sustain stood-down workers
Happy New Year to the 160,000 public servants — most who’ve not had a pay rise for two-and-a-half years!
Campaign Against Racism and Fascism takes a bold step forward
On 24 September 2015, the Campaign Against Racism and Fascism (CARF) officially declared itself a united front, based on eight points of unity. This was a positive development for the anti-fascist movement in Melbourne. CARF’s
Wise words from Ray Jackson
On land rights “This is a rich country, and the rich continue getting richer on the stolen land and the resources belonging to the traditional owners. The government’s priorities are all wrong.” (2003) “Indigenous people’s
Crush fascism before it grows: Vital lessons from the past
This unemployed woman living in Weimar Germany advertises her skills. Her sign says, “Hello! I’m looking for work. I can do shorthand and typing, can speak French and English, will accept any type of household
Ray Jackson: “Call me Comrade.”
Ray’s signature cap, covered with badges, and his hard hat from his days at the Shell refinery had pride of place at the Melbourne memorial. Alison Thorne spoke on behalf of the Freedom Socialist Party
No Pride in Prisons: The fight for trans rights in New Zealand prisons
A small but significant victory was won for social justice on 27 August 2015 when Jade Follett was moved from a men’s prison to a women’s prison in Wellington, New Zealand. The Department of Corrections
Melbourne memorial meeting remembers Ray Jackson
Members of Ray’s family. Left to right, Carolyne, John, Biame and granddaughter, Oki, at the microphone. On 14 June 2015, comrades, friends and family of the late Ray Jackson packed out the Maritime Union of