Issue #2037

The Guardian • Issue #2037 • January 23, 2023

Issue #2037

INVASION DAY

The Communist Party of Australia acknowledges the traditional owners and custodians of the land throughout Australia. We acknowledge that this is Aboriginal land, always was,...

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Welcome to a year of struggles for working people!

This first issue of the Guardian for 2023 gives me the chance to talk about the Party’s priorities for 2023: the struggle for peace, the...

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CPA History Website

The party has a website dedicated to its 100-year history. It is called www.100redyears.org. During the Party’s centenary an exhibition was planned. However, the COVID...

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Awabakal: A Recovered Language

Although we will never know for certain, it is estimated that before invasion there were about 400 First Nations languages in the land now called...

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Call for housing justice

Housing is looming as a major election issue in the NSW election to be held in March this year. The housing crisis extends from the...

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Seafarers stranded, abandoned

Last month an international livestock carrier ship, the Yangtze Fortune, was arrested in Portland, Victoria by the Australian Federal Court. In the meantime, the Australian...

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DINGO

Hundreds of refugees previously held by the Australian government in Papua New Guinea have written to the Home Affairs and Immigration Minister requesting urgent action...

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The great carbon fraud

Earlier this month Climate Change and Energy Minister Chris Bowen released a consultation paper proposing a carbon credit scheme for Australia’s largest greenhouse gas emitters...

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Peace Notes

By Hannah Middleton Welcome to Peace Notes, a fortnightly column which will cover militarisation and its impacts as well as people’s efforts to ensure peace...

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For peace and development

The 21st December marked the 50th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between the People’s Republic of China and the Commonwealth of Australia. On...

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GLOBAL BRIEFS

GERMANY: The annual procession in Berlin to lay flowers on the tombs of Rosa Luxemburg and Karl Liebknecht took place on 15th January, the 104th...

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Sub-Imperial Power: Australia in the International Arena

Fernandes explains Australia’s transference of subservience from the United Kingdom to the United States of America since World War II. His lucid explanation reveals that...

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Weasel Words heading Issue #2037

WEASEL WORDS

plans (plænz) – we’ve got … Everyone has plans. Like “arguing for,” having plans can be a weaslish way to distract you from a total...

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