“We don’t need no (bourgeois) education!”: Comrades congregate at national school
On the 22-24th July, comrades from across the country from South Australia, Victoria, New South Wales, Canberra, and Queensland met in Sydney to learn about...
Joyce, Morrison, and the battle over net zero emissions
On 21st July, the National Party of Australia replaced their leader Michael McCormack with former leader Barnaby Joyce.
Stalin and the national question: a first nations case study
To say that the Indigenous Voice to Parliament has caused consternation among Australia’s far-right would be an understatement. Earlier this month, speaking in the Senate,...
Dear Readers, This issue of The Guardian – The Workers’ Weekly is the final issue I will oversee as editor as I move on to...
Paid family and domestic violence leave a huge win for workers
At the end of last month, working-class people across the country achieved a momentous victory when a bill tabled by Workplace Relations Minister Tony Burke...
The LGBTQ+ struggle in Australia
The month of June is known as Pride Month around the globe. Originating out of the US to commemorate the Stonewall riots – a series...
Stage set for Indigenous Voice to Parliament
Last month, at the Garma Festival in Arnhem Land, prime minister Anthony Albanese released the draft wording that would be inserted into the constitution that...
Dodgy Dutton continues “climate war”
With a new Labor government, Australia finally has some concrete plans for climate action (see in this issue Climate Wars). Climate change was a major...
As of writing, a bill placing into law Labor’s forty-three per cent emissions reduction target by 2030 has passed the lower house. The bill also...