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Indymedia Ireland
All the latest audio and video posted to Indymedia Ireland's open publishing newswire. Indymedia Ireland is a collectively run media outlet for the creation of radical, accurate, and passionate tellings of the truth, offering grassroots, non-corporate coverage of Irish news and events.
Perth Indymedia
Radical activist citizen journalism. A weekly radio programme on RTRFM (92.1FM), a community radio station based in Perth, the capital city of Western Australia. We bring an independent perspective to the analysis of news and issues and provide a forum for activists, campaigners, academics, advocates and workers denied a voice by the mainstream media. Covering indigenous issues, post-capitalist/anti-capitalist analysis, refugee rights, antifa and all the important environmental, economic and ...
G-Infinity - Breaking News From The G20
The G-Infinity Media Project is a project of the Pittsburgh Independent Media center which aims to bring together grassroots voices to cover issues related to the policies of the G-20 from a people's perspective.
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Chicago Indymedia Radio
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Im August 2017 wurde Indymedia linksunten vom Bundesinnenminister verboten. Rechtsanwältin Kristin Pietrzyk berichtet von den Razzien, von der Zusammenarbeit zwischen Polizei und Geheimdiensten und gibt Einblick in das juristische Vorgehen gegen Verbot und Zensur.Die wichtigste linksradikale Nachrichtenplattform wurde i ...…
Kurdish journalist and detained refugee Behrouz Boochani on conditions inside the besieged Manus Island detention centre.
This is the first in a special series of interviews that Indymedia is conducting to focus on Western Australia's activist history. We're starting with union activism, and with one of the more significant examples of workers' protest in Australia, the 1998 Waterfront dispute, involving the Maritime Union of Australia (MUA) and Patrick Corporatio ...…
Karun Cowper speaks with Cam Walker from Friends of the Earth Melbourne on the battle to maintain Deductible Gift Recipient status for environmental groups as the Turnbull government renews their attack.
Karun Cowper chats with Katie Stubley, co-director of the Social Impact Festival - a platform for cutting-edge knowledge and ideas, celebrating initiatives creating positive change, and generating insights that address complex social problems. Running from July 18-28.…
Indymedia's Raymond Grenfell was in Hamburg for the G20 Summit, covering the events for Indymedia. There were impressive demonstrations and riots throughout the summit including a Block G20 action that managed to delay delegations arriving and disrupt events, including stopping Melania Trump attending a G20 leader's spouse event. Saturday saw a ...…
Indymedia's Ray Grenfell speaks to Timon Simons on the social strike that shut down Hamburg's port.
Indymedia's Ray Grenfell speaks to Robert Borba from the Revolutionary Communist Party (RCP) in the USA about why they are demonstrating at the #G20 summit in Hamburg.
Indymedia's Ray Grenfell speaks to organizer Andreas Blechschmidt about the anti-capitalist movements who are taking direct action against #G20 in Hamburg.
Indymedia's Ray Grenfell speaks to Jana, an organizer with the Block G20 demonstration that aims to shut down the city and creatively but militantly stop delegates arriving to the G20 conference in
Indymedia's Ray Grenfell speaks to Max from sea rescue organization Sea Watch. The group engage in direct action to rescue refugees and migrants in the mediterranean sea. Max discussed the relevance of G20 and why the organization are demonstrating in the protests.More about Sea Watch:Since the year 2000 more than 23.000 people died trying to r ...…
Indymedia's Ray Grenfell speaks to Britta who is organizing one of the camps at the global G20 summit in Germany. There has been heavy police repression of camping in the city with police removing protesters from established camping spots. Ray spoke to Britta as they were building a new camp in the grounds of a church.…
Last week it was announced that a Senate inquiry would be launched into the Shop Distributive and Allied Employees Association (SDA) to examine the lower penalty rates received by workers employed by big corporations such as Coles and McDonalds. This follows a 12 month investigation by Fairfax journalists which revealed that more than 250,000 w ...…
Last weekend a group of concerned citizens conducted a tour of US/Australia military facilities in WA such as the spy base near Geraldton, in order to raise awareness of the role these facilities play in US hegemony.The trip coincided with a National Day of Action to ban nuclear weapons ahead of UN negotiations to develop a ban treaty.Indymedia ...…
Indymedia's Raymond Grenfell chats to filipino activist Noel regarding their infoshop and the community mutual aid taking place after the typhoon in the Philippines. More info:
Peer-to-Peer theorist and activist Michel Bauwens is a leading figure in P2P and commons oriented thinking and a swiftly emerging alternative post-capitalist world. Indymedia's Karun Cowper spoke to Michel about this emergence and what hope and tangible solutions it provides in the Trump era.
Jaz, an organizer of the annual Students of Sustainability conference speaks to Indymedia's Raymond Grenfell re the conference and movements for environmental and social justice in Australia.
Aboriginal Gumbainggir activist, academic, writer and actor Gary Foley speaks to Indymedia's Aleesha Hanczakowski and Raymond Grenfell regarding the governments Recognise campaign and the future of struggles for Aboriginal self-determination.
Psychiatrist, author and social commentator Dr Tad Tietze speaks to Alex Whisson about the social and political roots of the Manchester atrocity.
Joy In Learning, The Harley School's Podcast
Joy In Learning is a weekly podcast highlighting some of the stories happening at The Harley School in Rochester, NY. The Harley School will host Fake News vs. Journalism, an interactive talk focusing on the role of journalism in civic engagement. This Rochester storytelling power couple will be discussing topics ranging from: the role of journ ...…
The Western Australian Industrial Relations Commission last week began hearings for the State Wage Case which will set the wages for some of the lowest paid working people in WA, those on the WA Minimum Wage and state awards. Around 100,000 people rely on this decision to determine their wages.Again, this year the peak employer body, the Chambe ...…
Felicity Ruby is a Doctoral candidate at the University of Sydney and former political adviser to Senator Scott Ludlam. Her research is focused on transnational political movements resisting mass surveillance.Indymedia's Karun Cowper spoke to Felicity about her PhD dissertation entitled "The Fourth Eye: Australia’s Role in the Five Eyes before ...…
Indymedia's Raymond Grenfell speaks to Valerie Farfalla from the AUWU regarding federal government plans to trial the mandatory drug testing of welfare recipients.
Jess Beckering speaks to Indymedia's Raymond Grenfell on the on-going campaign to protect native forests in WA's south-west.
Indymedia's Raymond Grenfell speaks to Road To Rail convenor, Sam Wainwright about the state government's announcement of over two billion dollars worth of road and rail infrastructure, including $1.6 billion dollars of federal funding previously ear-marked for the Perth Freight Link.
Dr Sandra Bloom is an American mental health activist, psychiatrist and Associate Professor of Health Management and Policy at Drexel University. She is the creator of the "Sanctuary model" of therapeutic care which is now a prevalent approach to mental health in the USA, Australia and around the world."A traumatic experience impacts the entire ...…
Indymedia's Raymond Grenfell speaks to Julien Vincent from Market Forces regarding Westpac's decision to not fund new coal, including Adani's Carmichael project. A project that, if built, would be the largest coal mine in the southern hemisphere.
Indymedia's Raymond Grenfell speaks to Greens Senator Scott Ludlam regarding the implications of changes to government policy on metadata retention and the recent breach by the Australian Federal Police.
The Independent and Peaceful Australia Network (IPAN) is currently circulating a public statement to Keep Australia out of U.S. wars - A public call for an Independent and Peaceful Australian foreign policy. The statement will be published in national media outlets, including on-line journals and newsletters.Karun Cowper speaks with former Gree ...…
It seems an Israeli-Palestinian peace settlement is further away than ever, with the Netanyahu government approving late last week the first new illegal colonial outpost, commonly referred to as a settlement, in the West Bank in 20 years. Military occupation remains a daily reality for millions of Palestinians, and the people of Gaza continue t ...…
In the wake of Mark McGowan's crushing victory in last weekend's Western Australian election, MUA State Secretary Chris Cain was quick to remind the Premier-elect of the contribution made by the union movement to his win, telling the press, "We've delivered for them so it's not too much to expect them to deliver for working-class people."Alex W ...…
As part of our special International Women's Day edition of Indymedia, we spoke with local activist Claudia Maricela, who has been involved in feminist, anti-racism and refugee rights protest for a number of years in Perth, asking her about the role of women in these spaces, and how this needs to change.…
On this special edition of Indymedia, focusing on International Women's Day, we spoke to Kedy Kristal from the WA Women's Council about her work around domestic violence and her experience of women's activism for IWD.
Community & public radio is the fabric of communities across America. These stations can be a lifeline to residents in areas that are not served by big-city radio and television stations. KCSB’s Lisa Osborn spoke with Ernesto Aguilar with the National Federation of Community Broadcasters, about why this is a critical time to support independent ...…
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