Indian socialist and feminist, Kavita Krishnan (pictured) will be one of the international guests from the Asia-Pacific region at the 10th national conference of the Socialist Alliance, to be held in Sydney over the long weekend of June 7-9.
This gathering will take place at a time of extreme inequality, intensified conflict and ecological crisis on a global scale. Even in Australia, one of the “richest suburbs” in the world, the political temperature is rising with the 100,000-strong March in March signalling a broad resistance to the attacks from the Tony Abbott government.
The conference will discuss strategies and tactics to advance people's power in this country and around the world.
The rapid industrialisation across parts of Asia since the 1980s has created... READ MORE