protest

The Guardian • protest

Issue #1948

A remarkable display of People’s Power

The kisan [editor’s note: Hindi for peasant, an agricultural worker] tractor march on Republic Day in Delhi was a remarkable and unique mass action.

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Issue #2017

What is happening in Sri Lanka?

For many outside of Sri Lanka, the political situation inside the nation can be difficult to understand. We interviewed Bimal Rathnayake, a politburo member of...

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Issue #1991

Don’t tread on the Eureka flag

The Eureka flag is present at a large amount of Australian protests.

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Issue #1958

Aboriginal Deaths in Custody rally – Perth

Thursday 15th April on the 30th anniversary of the tabling of the 1991 Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody report ...

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Issue #1991

Climate activist pays the price for government inaction

A climate activist who climbed on top of a coal train, which led to a five-hour delay of fifteen coal trains between Newcastle and Maitland,...

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Issue #2039

The right to protest should be law

Human rights and freedom are very popular terms at the moment, and it’s not hard to guess who is accused of violating them in Australian...

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Global briefs Issue #2103

GLOBAL BRIEFS

China: The unmanned Chang’e-6 probe successfully landed on the dark side of the Moon for the world’s first mission to collect samples from that region....

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Issue #2026

Why are we having this day of mourning?

On the 22nd September as thousands of people took to the streets in other capital cities around Australia to protest the monarchy, I sat at...

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Issue #2022

Amazon free one-day delivery built on extreme exploitation

Amazon, the world’s largest online retailer, has announced plans to roll out free one-day delivery for hundreds of thousands of products in Melbourne and Sydney...

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Global briefs Issue #2085

GLOBAL BRIEFS

UGANDA: Uganda has disowned in the International Court of a judge from Uganda over the Israel genocide trial. “Justice Sebutinde’s ruling at the International Court...

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Quill and ink . Issue #2071

LETTERS

Supporting Democracy – sometimes Dear Comrade Editor, I notice in your article about the Guatemala election (‘Victory in Guatemala’), the following sentence: ‘US Secretary of...

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Issue #2026

“Abolish the monarchy” protests across the country

On 22nd September, thousands of people took to the streets in protest across the country under the banner of “Abolish the monarchy.” These rallies were...

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Global briefs Issue #2091

GLOBAL BRIEFS

YEMEN: Massive protests for Palestine continue across Yemen. Friday rallies attract millions of participants who march for Gaza. Last Friday was no exception – demonstrators...

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Issue #2019

It’s fine to protest, so long as you pay for it

Daniel Andrews’ Victorian Labor government has once again proven its deep commitment and thoughtful approach to environmental sustainability by pushing a bill through parliament that...

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Global briefs Issue #2088

GLOBAL BRIEFS

SAUDI ARABIA: When asked about normalisation of ties with Israel at the Munich Security Conference, the Saudi Foreign Minister said that the only pathway towards...

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Global briefs Issue #2098

GLOBAL BRIEFS

USA: More than 2,000 students have been arrested on US college campuses during pro-Palestinian actions. Many students have been suspended. As a gesture of solidarity,...

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Issue #2039

Invasion Day rallies demand “Treaty before Voice”

As many as 100,000 people took to the streets with rallies and marches in every state and territory on Invasion Day, 26th January. Protestors held...

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Issue #2014

Assange rally – Adelaide

CPA members in Adelaide attended the recent rally in support of journalist and Wikileaks founder Julian Assange. In light of British Home Secretary Priti Patel’s...

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Issue #2002

NSW Parliament passes new anti-protest laws

Last month, climate activists associated with the group Blockade Australia performed a series of stunts that caused mass disruption at Port Botany. In response, the...

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Lech Wałęsa, June 2014. Issue #2057

Half million march against Poland’s far-right PiS

On 5th June half a million people waving Polish and European Union flags marched through central Warsaw. It was the largest political rally in Poland...

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Paul 'Keato' Keating Issue #2093

‘Keato’ speaks out after arrest

Following his arrest for protesting against the ZIM shipping line at Port Botany, the Guardian contacted Paul Keating, also known as ‘Keato.’ Here is what...

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Issue #2047

STOP AUKUS!

A vocal and forceful protest demonstration took place at 8 in the morning of 21st March outside the Western Australian Defence Forum (admevents.com.au/western-australia-defence-forum) in Rockingham...

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Harry at protest. Issue #2096

Haarootune (Harry) Ohannes Koopelian

Harry Koopelian passed away on the 8th March, 2024 in Gladesville (Sydney) after a long illness. Harry joined the Socialist Party of Australia in the...

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A group of ‘debs’ who joined the protest. Issue #2099

Geelong Debs join anti-Marles, anti-genocide protest

In Geelong, feelings are rising against local member Richard Marles, his warmongering policies and his support for the Israeli genocide. IPAN members in Geelong have...

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Protest at HTA building. Issue #2087

Community picket outside Heat Treat Australia in Victoria

On Friday 9 February 150-200 protesters picketed Heat Treat Australia’s (HTA) factory in Campbellfield, Victoria. This factory processes parts for Lockheed Martin’s F-35 Lightning II...

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The Arms of the Australian National University. Issue #2103

ANU expels pro-Palestine student, continues links with arms manufacturers

The ANU has expelled Beatrice Tucker for comments made on ABC radio, banning the student from entering campus or continuing their studies. This comes a...

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CPA-organised picket outside Tanya Plibersek’s office in Redfern, Sydney, 18 January. Speak up Tanya for Gaza! Issue #2084

Israel protest outside of Tanya Plibersek’s office

Tanya Plibersek Environment Minister in the Albanese ALP government has her office close to the Communist Party office in Sydney. Plibersek’s electorate have been waiting...

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Issue #2093

CPA Statement

The Communist Party of Australia has followed the events that took place at Sydney’s Port Botany on Sunday 24 March in which 19 protestors were...

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Issue #2099

EDITORIAL

Students have a bad name in Australian politics. A lot of politicians cut their teeth in student politics – you’ve got to start somewhere –...

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Issue #2093

EDITORIAL

“Extra proud to be a communist today.” This was the reaction of one Communist Party of Australia member to the news that Paul Keating, known...

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