Also we’ll be speaking to Dr Patricia Ranald Convenor of the Australian Fair Trade and Investment Network (AFTINET) about the potential impact of the Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement #TPP and the Abbott governments clear enthusiasm for it.
Archive | October, 2013
Author and journalist Antony Loewenstein ahead of his visit to Perth this week, we have his thoughts on “What Next for the Australian Left”, a topic he will be tackling with Greens Senator Scott Ludlam this Wednesday night at the State Library.
Plan to Thrive about tips for activist well-being and avoiding activist burn out. Plan to Thrive is a collaborative blog project to encourage and support the health and wellbeing of people and groups engaged in working for social and ecological justice.
Amy Hoogenboom, women’s officer at Murdoch University on the upcoming annual Reclaim the Night march happening this Friday in Fremantle.
Melbourne activist and comedian Sean Bedlam on the direct action, the community picket disrupting Melbourne’s ‘East-West’ tunnel project.
A conversation with Jacob Rumbiak, West Papuan academic and political leader who has been in self-imposed exile in Australia after escaping from detention as a political prisoner for ten years in Indonesian gaols.
The latest twists and turns on the streets of Athens with distinguished Greek Marxist political philosopher Dr Stathis Kouvelakis.
Andreas Bummel is an internationally active advocate of a global parliament and world federalism. We’ll be talking to him about the call out for a Global Week of Action for a World Parliament as issued by the Campaign for a UN Parliamentary Assembly. Could this be an important step in establishing an international forum for civil […]
Gary Muratore, media spokesperson for the NO McDonalds in The Dandenong Ranges campaign group which, remarkably, has not only put the Victorian town of Tecoma on the map, but taken the fight against McDonald’s all the way to the company’s global headquarters in Chicago.