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Australian Broadcasting Corporation raided over reports exposing war crimes in Afghanistan

The police raided the channel with a warrant that gave them powers to “add, copy, delete or alter” material in the Australian Broadcasting Corporation’s computers

Around the World in 8 Minutes: Episode 27

Peoples Dispatch takes a look into the Argentinian feminist movement for legal abortion and the victory of Kurdish hunger strikers. Also, we report on the teachers’ strike in New Zealand.

New Zealand teachers' strike 50,000 teachers take part in New Zealand’s largest education strike

Unions say that low pay and lack of equity are significant contributors to the escalating teacher shortage and increasing class sizes.

New Zealand Attack In New Zealand and across the world, people rise against white supremacism and Islamophobia

Rallies in solidarity with victims and against hate-mongering and racism were held across New Zealand and other cities in the world in the aftermath of the Christchurch shooting, in which a white supremacist killer killed 50 people, most of whom were migrants and refugees

Chemist Warehouse NUW strike ‘The workplace culture is toxic’: workers of Australia’s Chemist Warehouse embark on strike

On November 2016, an investigation by the Fair Work Ombudsman (FWO) found that the company had underpaid around 6,000 of its employees to the tune of AUD 3.6 million (USD 2.5 million).

Protest in support for West Papua movement Military crackdown in West Papua intensifies as Indonesia prepares for election

The Indonesian rule in West papua is marked by numerous human rights violations, and has been met with severe resistance by the people.

Sydney University professor fired for “hurtful and offensive” posts on Israel

Tim Anderson, who was expelled for apparently violating the university’s “behavioural expectations” for posting a morphed Israeli flag on Facebook, have repeatedly called the action reactionary and a violation of his academic freedoms

‘No Means No’: the story of a 9-year Indigenous struggle against Adani mining

The Wangan & Jagalingou have been relentlessly struggling to prevent Adani mining from taking over their ancestral land for the Carmichael project in the Galilee Basin, Australia’s largest reservoir of coal.

New Zealand doctors hit back at authorities’ attempts to by pass union

Nearly 3,300 doctors staged a two-day strike against attempts by the District Health Boards to bypass the unions while deciding the roster system. The role of the unions was established after major strikes in 2016 and 2017

Tens of thousands of Australian workers take part in ‘Change the Rules’ rallies

The workers, under the banner of the Australian Council of Trade Unions, demanded an increase in the minimum wage, an overhaul of labor hire policies, laws for safe and secure workplaces and job security

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