right to protest

The Guardian • right to protest

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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Speakers from left to right: Josie Alec, Sophie McNeill, Violet Coco, Joana Partyka. Issue #2054

The right to protest

As capitalism and its extractivist resource corporations continue exploiting the last portions of carbon from this earth and putting it into the atmosphere to keep...

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Issue #1970

Charities under threat from coalition’s legislation

Undisputedly, the pandemic has caused economic disruption, much to the chagrin of the Morrison government.

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Issue #2004

Boot the Coalition out!

The Coalition government has comprehensive plans to destroy militant trade unions and give employers arbitrary powers and unfettered rights over workers in the workplace. The...

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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 #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 #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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