WA Greens Senator Scott Ludlam on the national security legislative changes including mandatory two year data retention

WA Greens Senator Scott Ludlam on the national security legislative changes including mandatory two year data retention and the state of the senate.

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Naama Blatman-Thomas and Mark Thomas discuss how you can take action against the Occupation of Palestine focused on the Boycotts, Divestments and Sanctions (BDS) campaign

Naama Blatman-Thomas and Mark Thomas discuss how you can take action against the Occupation of Palestine, focused on the Boycotts, Divestments and Sanctions (BDS) campaign. You can find out more information about the BDS campaign at http://pacbi.org/ Naama Blatman-Thomas is a PhD candidate from Israel who has done field work with Palestinian groups in Karmiel and Mark Thomas is an American activist who has lived in both Israel and Palestine, including spending years in Palestinian refugee camps.

Naama Blatman-Thomas is a PhD candidate from Israel who has done field work with Palestinian groups in Karmiel and Mark Thomas is an American activist who has lived in both Israel and Palestine, including spending years in Palestinian refugee camps.

Jonathan Moylan NSW-based anti-coal activist on his activism and recent escape from a jail sentence for his fake press release

Jonathan Moylan, the NSW-based anti-coal activist who caused a sensation last year by briefly wiping $314 million off Whitehaven Coal’s share price via a fake press release, recently escaped a jail sentence for his breach of corporate law. The Indymedia Show caught up with him to discuss the significance of the case, as well as what’s next in the very vibrant campaign against coal mining in NSW.

Extended interview: Robert and Selina Eggington of the Dumbartung Aboriginal Corporation on their battle to maintain the Kyana Gallery

The Kyana Gallery, important bastion of cultural artefacts and artworks, and home to Dumbartung Aboriginal Corporation and it’s cultural, healing, educational and political advocacy is under threat from the Indigenous Land Corporation by the lease being dissolved.

We talk with Robert and Selina about their life long work and their battle to continue their work.

http://www.change.org/en-AU/petitions/indigenous-land-corporation-ilc-not-to-dissolve-the-rental-agreement-with-the-kyana-gallery-facility?share_id=GnMBDiuflt&utm_campaign=share_button_action_box&utm_medium=facebook&utm_source=share_petition

Rikki Hendon on Social Impact Bonds

In this interview, Rikki Hendon, acting branch secretary of the CPSU/CSA (public sector union), discusses the union’s opposition to the Barnett Government’s plan to introduce social impact bonds in the Corrective Services portfolio.

You can find further information about this by reading CPSU/CSA’s press release on this here:

http://www.cpsucsa.org/component/content/article?id=2288