An interview with a member of the Western Australia-based Grevillea about how the group applied a dynamic and creative perspective to approaching issues such as militarism, pollution and international solidarity during the 1980s and 1990s.
Virginia Tognola chronicles how practical solidarity in the form of street kitchens and the “popular pot” has not only enabled migrants and others in Argentina to survive but also raise issues and campaign against sub-standard living conditions.
Insights into how a grass roots community campaign based in Gloucester Valley, NSW scored a major victory against the Coal Seam Gas industry.
Tips from Oxfam about how to write a letter that will have maximum impact on a Member of Parliament.
This article by Oxfam Australia provides tips to help get your letter to the editor published.
Resources produced and compiled by the Australian Services Union for workers organising around climate change and extreme weather related workplace health & safety.
The 2023 book Labour Power and Strategy, edited by Peter Olney and Glenn Perušek, is centred around a lengthy interview with labour organiser and historian John Womack Jr in which he argues for the importance of ‘strategic workplace organising’
This article provides a powerful way to use research to advance a range of economic, environmental, and social issues.
A timeline of the Green Bans implemented by NSW Builders Labourers Federation (BLF) in the early 1970s.