Socialist Alliance

  • Labor's draconian bill, which would allow the immigration minister to send asylum seekers back to countries where they could be killed, is one of the worst decisions it has made since being elected, argues Sue Bull.
  • The Anthony Albanese government’s treatment of Palestinian refugees escaping the genocide in Gaza presents another blatant example of state-sponsored racism, argues Jonathan Strauss.
  • Labor is playing a game over Gaza. To claim to support a ceasefire while arming and giving political cover to the perpetrators of genocide is sick cynicism, argues Sam Wainwright
  • The Palestine solidarity movement is shaking politics up: 81% want Israel to ceasefire and 53% want Labor to take more action to achieve a ceasefire. Chloe DS reports
  • A deceitful historical narrative, at best, dismisses the systematic dispossession and genocide of First Nations peoples as being in the distant past. It isn't and it needs to be stopped, argues Peter Boyle.
Labor's draconian bill, which would allow the immigration minister to send asylum seekers back to countries where they could be killed, is one of the worst decisions it has made since being elected, argues Sue Bull.
Socialist Alliance states that the Turkish state must respect the democratic vote in the recent local government elections.
The war on Gaza has become a radicalising force for millions of people around the world. Many are protesting for the first time and questioning the legitimacy of their governments for supporting genocide, argues Jacob Andrewartha.
The Anthony Albanese government’s treatment of Palestinian refugees escaping the genocide in Gaza presents another blatant example of state-sponsored racism, argues Jonathan Strauss.
Labor is playing a game over Gaza. To claim to support a ceasefire while arming and giving political cover to the perpetrators of genocide is sick cynicism, argues Sam Wainwright
The Palestine solidarity movement is shaking politics up: 81% want Israel to ceasefire and 53% want Labor to take more action to achieve a ceasefire. Chloe DS reports
Globally, the Palestine movement’s demand for an arms embargo on Israel has had some success. We need to keep up the pressure here, argues Sue Bolton.
Socialist Alliance calls on Labor to support a unconditional ceasefire with no conditions.
The Socialist Alliance committed to building the Palestine movement at its 18th National Conference.
Nobody who supports justice could consider cutting funds to the main organisation trying to support Gazans fleeing from one end of the Gaza Strip to the other. Labor has to be pressured to reverse its untenable position.
A deceitful historical narrative, at best, dismisses the systematic dispossession and genocide of First Nations peoples as being in the distant past. It isn't and it needs to be stopped, argues Peter Boyle.
The eighteenth national conference of the Socialist Alliance will be held in Djilang/Geelong from January 12-14.