WACA is unapologetic in its commitment to resistance through non violent direct action. When our leaders refuse to act, the community must step forward, take action and lead the way.

The Refugee Rights Movement in Australia - “for” or “with”?

The inherent bias and privilege within the Refugee Rights movement in Australia must be examined and remediated if we are to be truly effective in dismantling the Australian government's human rights abusing immigration policy, writes Gaye Demanuele.

I am a human being too. #FreeSaeed #CloseTheCamps

“Saeed”, not his real name, is not a baby, we do not have cute photos to splash on the front pages of newspapers or to display in brightly coloured social media posts. We do not have photos that pull on heart strings that will elicit the sympathy of kind people....

Ten ways activists can encourage and support whistleblowers

Whistleblowers from within institutions, corporations, government departments, police or military can be critical to movement success, and their testimony is often the key to exposing and resisting injustice and creating change. Institutions clamp down on and deter whistleblowing for good reason. Whistleblowers can shake major institutions.  They can feed vital...

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