Socialist Alliance

Socialist Alliance calls on Labor to support a unconditional ceasefire with no conditions.
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.
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.
Labor and Coalition governments like to justify their policies as being based on supposed shared democratic values, which they then conflate with “Australian interests”. But the moral postering is coming underdone, as Peter Boyle argues.
Labor's reaction to the High Court ruling that indefinite detention is unlawful underscores its continuing racist scapegoating of refugees, argues Jonathan Strauss.
Progresssive Alliance for Palestine is inviting groups to sign onto this joint statement asserting Palestinian's right to resist occupation.
Jacob Andrewartha argues that the more capitalist leaders try to normalise Israel’s genocidal war on Gaza, the more the movement for Palestine will grow and we all need to help.
New research suggests that with the present approach, global warming will exceed 1.5°C in the 202s and 2°C before 2050. But it is never too late to fight, argues Alex Bainbridge.
Zane Alcorn argues why those concerned about global warming have a duty to show solidarity with communities on the frontline of the climate crisis they did not create. This includes coal workers, who need alternative, sustainable jobs.