Housing

The March in March protests across Australia over March 15-17 were a resounding success – not just because of their size, focus and breadth.

To reclaim the urban commons and create cities where young people are safe, valued and included, we need an urban revolution that can place people and planet at the heart of urban development.

The task of building a stronger socialist left in this country remains.

For the fifth time since their election in September last year, thousands of Australians will take to the streets in protest against Tony Abbott Coalition's government.

We have a chance to get a socialist elected to parliament. If we’re successful, it will be the first time since 1944.

Socialist Alliance policy

Housing is a basic human right that should not be reduced to a commodity only available at the whim of the market. We aim for housing that is affordable, secure, good quality, appropriately located, for all.

Australia has escaped recession for more than two decades, despite the impact of the Asian and global financial crises on the world's economies.

The pro-market, anti-people policies of all the major parties at the local, state and federal levels has placed shelter — a vital human need — in second place to profits.

Over 25,000 Victorians voted for the newly formed Victorian Socialists on November 24. A great result to build upon.

A casino was a fitting venue to host Prime Minister Tony Abbott's keynote address to the 25th anniversary dinner of conservative think tank the Sydney Institute on April 28.

Disproportionately, those forced into homelessness are from the most marginalised communities in our society. Indigenous people and queer youth are among those most affected.

Our new Prime Minister, Scott Morrison, takes credit for driving the Coalition government’s Orwellian-named “welfare reform strategy”, which has aimed at further punishing those already living below the poverty line.

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