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Into the Fire: Summer 2021 Edition Call For Contributions
Featured, Green Agenda Quarterly Journal Summer 2021

Into the fire: Summer 2021 Edition call for contributions

We’re calling for contributions for our Summer 2021 edition of Green Agenda: On fire in politics and policy. Submit your short pitch to contribute to the debate on sustainability, social justice, peace and nonviolence, and democracy. This earth, I never damage. I look after. Fire is nothing, just clean up. When you burn, new grass coming up. That means good animal soon, might be goanna, possum, wallaby. Burn him off, new grass coming up, new life all over. Bill Neidjie, Bunitj elder Fire holds a compelling place in the Australian political imagination. We know fire-as-literal all too well, especially during [...]

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Featured, Green Agenda Quarterly Journal Summer 2021

Into the fire: Summer 2021 Edition call for contributions

| 14th November, 2020

We’re calling for contributions for our Summer 2021 edition of Green Agenda: On fire in politics and policy. Submit your short pitch to contribute to the debate on...
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Featured, Green Agenda Quarterly Journal Spring 2020

Where to from here? Imagining a post-Covid future

| 3rd November, 2020

There are lots of people, elbows out, trying to shape what Australia’s post-Covid future looks like. Scott Morrison would have us double-down on gas, conveniently forgetting climate change...
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Democracy, Featured, Green Agenda Quarterly Journal Spring 2020, Social Justice

‘Now is the time for bold decision making’: Senator Siewert on the lessons of 2020

| 3rd November, 2020

What a strange year 2020 has been. We entered it under a fog of smoke with parts of the country barely able to breathe, and growing community anger...
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Economics, Featured, Green Agenda Quarterly Journal Spring 2020, Social Justice

The trash economy: employment in the post-Covid era

| 3rd November, 2020

On a landfill site outside the village of Kafr Lusin in northwest Syria, teenagers sort through the mountain of toxic household waste, looking for reusable plastic that can...
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Featured, Green Agenda Quarterly Journal Spring 2020, Social Justice

The state of welfare: reimagining support in the wake of Covid-19

| 3rd November, 2020

For too long, the state has used welfare to control the poor. This crisis is our chance to imagine a new system that embraces freedom. Australia’s crash into...
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Featured, Green Agenda Quarterly Journal Spring 2020, Social Justice

Mobile phones in immigration detention: capturing lessons for post-pandemic transformation?

| 3rd November, 2020

With the onset of COVID-19, the fault lines of the status quo are becoming more and more visible across Australia and the world.  Globally, as People of Color...
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Economics, Featured, Green Agenda Quarterly Journal Spring 2020, Social Justice

A casual reflection on academia: before and after the pandemic

| 3rd November, 2020

COVID-19 has thrown Australia’s university sector into crisis. For the past two decades, the tertiary education industry has expanded on the back of rising international student enrolments. However,...
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Featured, Green Agenda Quarterly Journal Spring 2020, Social Justice

Unions and worker’s rights in the pandemic: an interview with Godfrey Moase

and | 3rd November, 2020

Simon Copland: I want to just start off with a really broad question, which is how do you think COVID-19 has changed the way that unions operate in this...
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In A Time Of Transformation, We’re Going Quarterly

and | 18th August, 2020

Times are changing around the world, and Green Agenda is following suit. We’re excited to announce that we’re moving to a quarterly online journal model. Each season, you’ll...
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