Joint statement by the Southeast Asian left for May Day 2022.
Socialist Alliance National Office
Socialist Alliance condemns the violent attack that occurred in the Philippines yesterday, targeting Partido Lakas ng Masa (PLM) presidential candidate and labour leader Leody de Guzman.
In light of the day-to-day prejudice that LGBTI people experience in Australia, urgent action is needed to secure the future of the Safe Schools Coalition.
Socialist Alliance calls on the parliament to immediately legislate for full marriage equality.
The Socialist Alliance condemns the Australian government for withdrawing its recognition of the maritime boundary jurisdiction of the International Court of Justice and the International Tribunal of the Laws of the Sea, leaving East Timor with no legal avenues to assert its rights.
At its recent meeting, the National Council of the Socialist Alliance adopted a resolution reaffirming its solidarity for the liberation struggle in West Papua.
At its recent National Council meeting, the Socialist Alliance adopted a resolution condemning the Erdogan regime in Turkey for its brutal escalation of its war on the Kurdish people and on democratic and civil rights in Turkey.
The arrests of Victorian CFMEU officials, State Secretary, John Setka and Assistant Secretary Shaun Reardon, demonstrate that the Royal Commission into Trade Union Governance and Corruption is purely a witch hunt against unions.
The Socialist Alliance has warned of a dangerous escalation of incitement of racial violence against Australia's Muslim communities in the wake of the tragic hostage incident in Sydney.