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Featured, Green Agenda Quarterly Journal Winter 2021

On dissent: Winter 2021 Edition call for contributions

We’re calling for contributions for our Winter 2021 edition of Green Agenda: on the work of dissent in politics and policy. Submit your short pitch to contribute to the debate on sustainability, social justice, peace and nonviolence, and democracy. The notion of dissent – an unwillingness to cooperate, to say no, to object – is central to the idea of green political action. To dissent is to refuse the tempting pull of business as usual – a business of coal, of capitalism and conservatism in which Australian politics is deeply invested. Politics in Australia runs on a willingness to follow [...]

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Featured, Green Agenda Quarterly Journal Winter 2021

On dissent: Winter 2021 Edition call for contributions

and | 30th June, 2021

We’re calling for contributions for our Winter 2021 edition of Green Agenda: on the work of dissent in politics and policy. Submit your short pitch to contribute to...
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Green Agenda Autumn 2021: On (in)security

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“What’s the most dangerous place you’ve ever been?” People often ask me this question, curious because of my work. I’m a researcher and a practitioner in the protection...
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Together, or not at all: An interview with Scott Ludlam

and | 7th June, 2021

Scott Ludlam is a former Greens Senator (2008 to 2017) and served as deputy leader of the Australian Greens. He has also worked as a filmmaker, artist and...
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SAS war crimes: (In)security at home and in Afghanistan

| 7th June, 2021

Content warning: This article provides details of violence that readers may find distressing.  Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander readers are advised that some of the hyperlinks contain the...
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Government’s secrecy war makes us less safe

| 7th June, 2021

When the Australian government announced in April last year that they would be developing and deploying a smartphone application to assist contract tracing efforts as the coronavirus pandemic...
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Security for the Big Polluters: Plantation forestry for carbon offset delays action on climate

| 7th June, 2021

There is now growing acceptance – even amongst some of the most ardent of once anti-environmentalists – on the need for urgent action to curb global greenhouse gas...
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Has COVID-19 made women more insecure at home?

| 7th June, 2021

In early 2020 I got stuck in New York as the world came to grips with the COVID pandemic. I had been supporting a group of Aboriginal and...
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Housing security – do we really understand the challenge?

| 7th June, 2021

In the six years I was in the flat, my rent had risen from $300 to $415 a week. Some of this reflected the market, but increasingly the...
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(In)security: Autumn 2021 Edition call for contributions

| 15th March, 2021

We’re calling for contributions for our Autumn 2021 edition of Green Agenda: on security and insecurity in politics and policy. Submit your short pitch to contribute to the...
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