Protesters gathered on Gadigal Land in Sydney yesterday to condemn Albanese’s public holiday and push for the abolition of the monarchy.
Amid mainland China's crackdowns on Hong Kong democracy in recent years, the city's arts and culture scene provides respite and courage.
The wave of hostility towards protesters exercising their rights to express anger at a powerful public figure is concerning. The truly threatening restriction of free speech is far larger in scale, and more significant in its silencing effects.
Several students were tackled and arrested by police protecting the summit of Australian University executives, many of whom have engaged in wage theft and course cuts.
How protest media has changed in the age of shortened attention spans.
May Day 2022 was a reminder of how much work is to be done in the fight for fairer working conditions.
Chaining themselves to doors, blocked bridges and occupied government spaces — analysing how academics are standing up to the climate crisis.
An online action, one heartfelt apology and a Robal fundraiser later.
Democracy and liberalism form important, useful and core ingredients of student activism. However, their origins in Western heritage makes these concepts potential tools for past and ongoing colonialism if blindly separated from their historical violence.
Anderson’s 108-minutes comedy drama failed to encapsulate the radicalism of a momentous period in French history.