Looking back on 2020

We wanted to reflect on 2020, not only because of the obvious challenges of the past year but also for…

6. A Strange Present

‘It’s like every day is the fucking same…’ What punctuates time? For many, covid time became related to domestic productivity.…

5. Rent Strike!

The pandemic put the concept of a rent strike on the table for the first time since the post-war Depression.…

4. Borderlines

The Federal Budget announced in October displayed the ideological character of the pandemic response, with cuts to the overall number…

3. Crises of Care/Work

Caring for each other quickly became more complex as considerations of contagion, vulnerability and risk were amplified through the crisis.…

1. Getting Paid

As the pandemic set in, it was immediately clear that contestations over paid and unpaid work, working hours, safety conditions…

July update

Since having to cancel our ‘Living Climate Crisis, Making Climate Justice’ open discussion in late March this year (2020), we…