The Kurdish issue is an issue of equality
A small segment of the population in Turkey possesses enormous wealth, while millions of people are struggling with poverty and unemployment.
LGBTQ: A united struggle
On 27th June, 1974 ten brave souls marched from the Department of Justice in St Stephen’s Green to the British embassy in Merrion Road to...
Chile’s new constitution recognises Indigenous rights
Chile’s new constitution will make it the third plurinational country in South America, after Ecuador and Bolivia. It is part of the sweeping reforms of...
Medal bonuses don’t address ableism in Paralympic funding
On Thursday, 2nd September, Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced that medalists at this year’s Paralympic Games would get equal payments to their Olympic counterparts for the first time in Australian history.
Disabled and Neurodivergent Workers’ Alliance gains momentum
The Disabled and Neurodivergent Workers’ Alliance (DNWA), an organisation of neurodivergent and disabled workers both employed and unemployed, held their first AGM online in late August.
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.
Women in Australian politics meet to address “toxic” workplace culture
Earlier in July, a number of female politicians, staffers and academics met to form the basis of a model for the nation’s parliamentary conduct.