Issue #1957

The Guardian • Issue #1957 • April 19, 2021

Issue #1957

Respect at work: sexual harassment not on!

Sex Discrimination Commissioner Kate Jenkins released the Commission’s Respect@Work report on sexual harassment in the workplace more than twelve months ago.

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Gov’t spends billions on military, but people get none!

It seems in every facet Australia is inching closer towards transforming into its transpacific cousin, the United States of America.

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Vale Gilda Chacón-Bravo

It was with great sadness we received the news in Australia of the passing of comrade Gilda Chacón on the 8th April 2021.

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Workers forced to pay for crisis

Australian government income support for the COVID19 crisis, JobKeeper and JobSeeker, has ceased and been revised from April despite ongoing hardships for workers in Australia relating to the pandemic.

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Stop black deaths in custody rally – Sydney

On Saturday, the 10th of April, a CPA contingent attended Stop Black Deaths in Custody rally in Sydney.

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Pinochet Dina agent continues to fight extradition

On the 11th of September 1973, the Chilean military, with the backing of the US, crushed the civilian government of Salvador Allende and bought in the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet.

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Palm Sunday Refugee Solidarity Gathering – Perth

On Sunday, 28th March 2021, the Social Justice Commission held this year’s Palm Sunday Refugee rally indoors at the Wesley Church Hall Centre.

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Angela Davis talk “censored” in last minute cancellation

A Jewish group in the United States boycotted the author and academic’s event at Indiana’s Butler University.

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Britain’s local elections will see largest number of communist candidates since 1980s

On May 6, voters in Britain will go to the polls in local elections that will see the largest number of candidates representing the Communist Party (CPB) since the early 1980s.

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Peru’s electoral authority declares presidential runoff June 6

On a more than 10-hour election day, Peruvians went to the polls to elect their new president; however, the campaign will be extended until June 6 with the second-round runoff.

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A Cohesive Society After Capitalism

It seems that the capitalist way of living has been with us forever, but it has only come about since early global trading developed around the sixteenth century.

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“Islamo-Leftism” From conspiracy to policy

“Islamo-Leftism,” or Islamo-Gauchisme (in French), is the latest term in French political discourse to demonise the Islamic community and French universities.

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Surging commodity prices put pressure on Chinese manufacturing firms

Surges in bulk commodity prices are putting pressure on China’s manufacturing sector, pushing authorities and industry participants to seek plans to stabilise the market to fend off potential disruptions and risks.

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Iran demands international response against “nuclear terrorism”

The head of the Atomic Energy Organisation of Iran (AEOI) has rejected an “act of sabotage” against the country’s nuclear site in Natanz, noting that the international community ...

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Farmworkers need families, not deportation and exploitation

During the Trump administration, the US deported an average of 275,725 people per year, almost the same number of workers – 257,667 – brought by growers last year to labour in US fields.

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Gilda Chacón

“The physical disappearance of our dear colleague Gilda Chacón Bravo constitutes a sensitive loss for the Cuban and International Trade Union Movement.”

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