Articles by Jasmina Brankovich


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Dr Jasmina Brankovich is a Perth-based historian, writer, community organiser and activist. Her interest in border politics relates to her research into the relationships between gender, class and race and their theoretical intersections with the state.

How we'll make change, Social Justice, Why are we here?

Refugee Justice in the Global Crisis: Where to from Here?

Pessoptimism, noun, the inextricably intertwined feelings of hope and despair, of desire and knowledge, under the current untenable political conditions Stephen Wright describes aptly the state of refugee justice in Australia today as a symptom of much broader malaise: ‘The existence of the detention centre on Nauru is a critical marker of the failure of our ability to maintain a... Read More

by , 2 years ago


Featured, How we'll make change, Peace & Nonviolence

How Should We Respond To The Rise Of The Far-Right?

The rise of the far right in countries around the world is opening up important questions about how the left should respond. While anti-fascist groups have become active, their tactics have been criticised and debated. Following our interview with Jason Wilson on the threat of the far-right, Green Agenda presents two differing perspectives on how the left should respond to the rise... Read More

by Jasmina Brankovich , 2 years ago


Featured, Social Justice

No One is Illegal

Negotiating Free Markets, Closed Borders, and Refugee Activism in the Neoliberal Era Rethinking borders, the state, and human rights There is a paradox at the heart of the state’s play with, and negotiation of, the meaning ascribed to human rights, border-control and the inflated importance of protection against ‘terrorism’, in the context of a globalised neoliberal world economy. There is... Read More

by , 4 years ago