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FWB has to be changed to meet GFC

The disastrous impact on workers in this global capitalist financial crisis requires changes to the Fair Work Bill now before the Senate to better protect workers’ rights. The government did not know about or develop this proposed labour law, the Fair Work Bill (FWB) as a response to this most severe global capitalist financial crisis […]

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Gaza! Gaza!

Gaza! Gaza!

I am in freezing London, but the mass rallies on Gaza are big! “If you are neutral in situations of injustice, you have chosen the side of the oppressor.” Bishop Desmond Tutu Some information and activities. 1. The following is full text interview with lecturer, author and renowned Palestine-Israel scholar Gary Norman Finkelstein in New […]

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USA: Israel attack on Gaza

The Israeli’s step up their genocide of the Palestinians. I condemn this brutality. In the US… http://www.brasschecktv.com/page/315.html

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Making the World's Poor Pay

Making the World’s Poor Pay

Making the World’s Poor Pay:The Economic Crisis and the Global South by Adam Hanieh The current global economic crisis has all the earmarks of an epoch-defining event. Mainstream economists — not usually known for their exaggerated language — now openly employ phrases like ‘systemic meltdown’ and ‘peering into the abyss.’ On October 29, for example, […]

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Education campaign for our future

From the Australian Education Union. In Australia the federal government shares responsibility with state and territory governments for funding schools. Money is provided for both the ongoing operations of schools and for the capital works (new buildings and equipment) that schools need. Unfortunately at a federal government level there has been a dramatic decrease in […]

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Repressive IR laws against building and construction workers have to go now

I have read many legal cases where the conduct of Howard’s industrial policeforce the the ABCC is in question. The latest on friday is the acting chief justice of the Federal Court Justice Jeffery Spencer accusing the ABCC of bias in pursuing an unfounded coercion case against the plumbing union and its leader while ignoring […]

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