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In A Time Of Transformation, We're Going Quarterly - Green Agenda
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In A Time Of Transformation, We’re Going Quarterly

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 receive a suite of new pieces, interviews, and a webinar, unified around a curated theme. We want to kick off a collective conversation and make connections across different issues, policy areas, and... Read More

by and , 1 month ago


Featured, How we'll make change, Peace & Nonviolence, What alternatives?

Criminalisation And Covid-19

On Saturday July 4th Daniel Andrews’ government announced on national television that there would be a hard lockdown of Melbourne’s nine public housing towers, effective immediately. As his announcement (presumably for the benefit of Melbournians not living in the public housing estates) streamed into living rooms around the country, armed police streamed into the homes of residents in the Kensington,... Read More

by Felicity Gray , 2 months ago

Criminalisation And Covid-19

Instead Of “Snap Back”, Let’s Rethink Work - Green Institute
Economic Justice, Featured, Social Justice, Theory for what's next, What alternatives?

Instead Of “Snap Back”, Let’s Rethink Work

Lockdown in my household saw my partner and me working harder than ever, on endless Zoom meetings, frantically redesigning events and teaching for the online world, stuck in our home with two teenagers doing all their studying, socialising and extracurricular activities on video calls. It was noisy and chaotic, and it pushed our bandwidth to the limit, both literally and... Read More

by , 3 months ago


Ecological Sustainability, Featured, Peace & Nonviolence, Social Justice, What alternatives?

Post-COVID: Will Our Better Angels Prevail?

I know I shouldn’t sit up late at night scrolling through the 24-hour coronavirus news coverage. I know reading countless horror stories about those impacted by the pandemic only makes me unnecessarily anxious, yet I do it anyway. While my biggest concern is for those losing their lives and loved ones to the virus, what also strikes me is that... Read More

by Simon Copland , 6 months ago

Post-COVID: Will Our Better Angels Prevail?

Jobs, Justice And A Liveable World: For A Job Guarantee
Economic Justice, Featured, How we'll make change, Participatory Democracy, Social Justice, What alternatives?

Jobs, Justice And A Liveable World: For A Job Guarantee

On August 29, 2019 the UQ Greens, alongside QLD Greens MP Michael Berkman hosted the forum ‘Jobs, Justice & a Liveable World: A Green New Deal for Australia’. Looking at the leadership being provided around the world on the issue, this panel asked the question what might a Green New Deal look like in Australia? With permission from the organisers Green... Read More

by and , 12 months ago


Economic Justice, What alternatives?

Post-Work: The Radical Idea Of A World Without Jobs

In this article republished from the Green European Journal, from their issue on employment transformation ‘Work on the Horizon’, Andy Beckett explores the radical notion of a world without jobs. [...]

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by Andy Beckett , 2 years ago

Post-Work: The Radical Idea Of A World Without Jobs

A Universal Job Guarantee: An End To The Neoliberal Employment Landscape?
Economic Justice, Social Justice, What alternatives?

A Universal Job Guarantee: An End To The Neoliberal Employment Landscape?

At any given moment there are an extraordinary number of people looking to participate and contribute to our society in ways that the private job market ignores or excludes. In this article, Senior Campaigner for Economic Fairness at GetUp Edward Miller explores the merits of a Universal Job Guarantee for confronting the perils of the neoliberal employment landscape. [...]

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by , 2 years ago


Ecological Sustainability, Economic Justice, Social Justice, Uncategorised, What alternatives?

The Environmental Impacts Of UBI And A Shorter Working Week

Continuing our series on UBI: In this essay, republished from the Green Institute’s ‘Can Less Work Be More Fair?’ discussion paper on Universal Basic Income and a shorter working week, Professor Greg Marston argues that a UBI and shorter working week could play an important role in creating the conditions for a sustainable and equitable ‘good life’. [...]

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by Greg Marston , 2 years ago


Economic Justice, Social Justice, What alternatives?

Basic Income Makes Basic Sense for Remote Indigenous Australia

In this essay, republished from the Green Institute’s ‘Can Less Work Be More Fair?’ discussion paper on Universal Basic Income and a shorter working week, Professor Jon Altman argues that a new Basic Income scheme has the potential to deliver remote living Indigenous people forms of alternative economy.   The employment situation in remote Indigenous Australia is a disaster. Even... Read More

by , 2 years ago


Ecological Sustainability, Economic Justice, Green Ideas in Action, Participatory Democracy, Social Justice, What alternatives?

The Commons: What, Why And How?

The commons is one of the key ideas that we can make use of in our efforts at developing a postcapitalist politics.  In his keynote address at the Green Institute’s Conference, Everything is Connected, in October 2017, Dr Stephen Healy, discusses the what, why and how of commoning. [...]

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by Stephen Healy , 2 years ago