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    Pat O’Shane, a Kuku Yalanji woman from Mossman, is the Socialist Alliance candidate for the Far North Queensland lower house seat of Leichhardt in the federal election. She announced her candidacy on December 17.

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People and planet before profit - on the ballot

Socialist Alliance has received written confirmation from the Australian Electoral Commission that we remain a registered political party.

This comes after anti-democratic legislation was brought in by the Morrison government (with ALP support) in August that made it difficult to remain on the ballot.

We were forced to submit a list of at least 1500 members (and no more than 1650) which we did in December.

No matter what we think of Djokovic’s born-to-rule attitude, the government’s arbitrary and discriminatory use of its harsh border policies is not in our broader democratic interest.

Delegates and members across Australia took part in the 16th National Conference of the Socialist Alliance on January 15-16

Photo: Victorian Allied Health Professionals Association/Facebook

The new exemptions to Public Health Orders which can force sick workers to work represent a serious attack on workers' rights and their health and safety. Workers and our unions need to draw a line.

Pat O'Shane launching her campaign

Pat O’Shane, a Kuku Yalanji woman from Mossman, is the Socialist Alliance candidate for the Far North Queensland lower house seat of Leichhardt in the federal election. She announced her candidacy on December 17.

Socialist Alliance campaigning in WA

Under the cover of applying “one vote, one value” to elections for Western Australia's Legislative Council, last month WA Labor also pushed through legislation that disadvantages smaller political parties.

Overcoming the multiple crises of capitalism

Joint declaration of Socialism 2021 conference organisers

Socialist Alliance has submitted 1650 names to the AEC to maintain party registration

Socialist Alliance submitted a list of 1650 members to the Australian Electoral Commission (AEC) on December 2 in order to maintain electoral registration.

A Campaign Against Racism and Fascism rally in Melbourne on November 20. Photo: Chris Peterson

Not everyone who has attended the so-called “Freedom” protests is right wing, but the protests themselves are right wing and so are the organisers.

Can do people power can save the planet

It is pretty clear now that Australia is ruled by, and on behalf of, sociopaths who are confident that they, or their children, will get a place on the escape space shuttle out of here if things turn to shit.

Glasgow climate protest, November 6, 2021. Photo: Oliver Kornblihtt

Greta Thunberg told the massive Fridays for Future rally in Glasgow on November 5 that it was already clear that the COP26 climate summit was a “failure”.

Australia: Climate pariah

The lesson from the G20 and COP26 is that it is not enough to just change an extreme climate foot dragging government for a seemingly climate friendly, big talking, but small action capitalist alternative.