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Alternatives to Calling the Police in New South Wales

by Jarryd Bartle & Ugur Nedim
The police killing of George Floyd in the United States has led to protests across the globe calling for changes to policing – including an end to police brutality and the targeting of certain groups, as well as better training....

Beijing Imposes Draconian Laws to Stamp Out Dissent in Hong Kong

by Paul Gregoire
At 11 pm on 30 June, Beijing revealed its secretly-drafted National Security Law to the citizenry of Hong Kong, the city where the new legislation applies. The suite of anti-sedition laws took effect at that same time, and they’re already...

Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone: An Activist-Run Police-Free Sector of Seattle

by Paul Gregoire
A black plastic tarpaulin sign hanging out the front of the now defunct Seattle Police Department East Precinct Building reads, “This Space Is Now Property of the Seattle People”, as the city and its local police abandoned the building on...

New Laws Against Police Brutality Introduced In the US

by Sonia Hickey & Ugur Nedim
In the face of global condemnation, and the nation outraged over the death of George Floyd at the hands of police, the US Democrats have introduced sweeping legislation to hold officers accountable for their criminal conduct. Called the Justice in...

The Law, Penalties and Defences for Sexual Intercourse Without Consent

by Sonia Hickey & Ugur Nedim
For the past few years, Prince Andrew has been embroiled in allegations that he was a participant in a child sex trafficking network headed by the late American businessman Jeffrey Epstein. US prosecutors have been pursuing the Prince for some...

Uniting Against Police Brutality: Officer Murders Civilian on Busy Street

by Paul Gregoire
Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin knelt down upon the neck of George Floyd last Monday, as the African American man lay face down on the side of the road in broad daylight. The white cop continued to rest his body...

China Continues to Detain Tibet’s Second Highest Leader 25 Years On

by Paul Gregoire
There are growing concerns that the Chinese government will move to appoint its own candidate for the next Dalai Lama: the Tibetan people’s most important spiritual leader. And these fears are warranted, as 25 years ago this month, Beijing disappeared...

Government Moves to Silence Immigration Detainees Under Cover of COVID

by Paul Gregoire
Federal parliament convened for three emergency sitting days last week to deal with legislation that couldn’t wait until after the COVID-19 pandemic. And the Coalition decided a bill allowing for the confiscation of the mobile phones of refugees in detention...

Occupying the Mantra Rooftop for Refugees: An Interview With WACA’s Sam Castro

by Paul Gregoire
Right now, there are over 65 former offshore refugee detainees being held at the Mantra Hotel in the Melbourne suburb of Preston. Brought to Australia under the provisions of Medevac, these men with compromised health are now fearing for their...

India Cracks Down Further on Kashmir Under the Cover of COVID-19

by Paul Gregoire
Indian soldiers fatally shot a young Kashmiri man on Wednesday, claiming he’d ignored instructions to stop at two checkpoints in the disputed region of Kashmir. However, eyewitnesses state that the man – who was complying with security officials – was...
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