Tag: Police

What the victory of Territory Labor means for Aboriginal children and youth justice

This commitment to law and order in a society that has deep roots in discriminatory justice practices—overtly legitimated under the NT Intervention in 2007—signals another four years of the state’s punitive management of Aboriginal children.

Abolishing the police is the first step to a new society

The police are responsible for stopping previous movements to reimagine or change the world. To imagine a new society—which is more important than ever as climate change looms—we need to first remove the barrier that is stopping movements from gaining momentum.

Technologies in Hong Kong’s anti-government movement

…proficiency in using technology, along with the ability to improvise, will remain a key tactic in protestors’ fights against the police and their superior resources.

Global Capitalist Crisis Deadlier than Coronavirus (Part III)

The crisis triggered by the pandemic will leave in its wake more inequality, more political tension, more militarism and more authoritarianism; social upheaval, civil strife and mass popular struggles will likely escalate.

Three Shots

The death of Kumanjayi Walker—the Northern Territory as police state

New Generation Police Tactics by Lindsay Fitzclarence

The BDS court case and defence of public space

The Militarisation of Defence

The Defence White Paper assumes an aggressive posture and receives unprecedented funding

Now, S11

Guy Rundle on Victory of a New Kind

Media Violence

Anita Lacey and Damian Grenfell