Evatt Journal, Vol. 5, No. 3, August 2005
News & views
US-Iran nuclear row
Amin Saikal assesses Iran's options.
Mohammad Sadeghpour speaks for Iranian resistance.
No mistakes this time, says Arthur Chesterfield-Evans.
A tale of two industries
Frank Muller on the revival of nuclear energy.
Howard's industrial agenda
Greg Combet's address to the press club.
Josh Bornstein on the myth of 'freedom of contract'.
Seventeen leading researchers fail Howard's labour law.
Howard's way - marry the boss
President's perspective, by Bruce Childs.
Destroying Australia's way of life
Howard's productivity arguments are nonsense, says John Della Bosca.
It's back to the 19th century, argues Doug Cameron.
Meg Smith analyses implications for equal pay and gender equity.
Justine Evesson's notes from the front line.
The right to strike in Australia
Chris White assesses Australia's labour law against international standards.
Is the concept now meaningless, asks Christopher Sheil.
Carmel Tebbutt, Tom McDonald and Jenny Lawless launch the union story.
Prisons as progressive punishment?
From The State of the States 2004, Mark Findlay assesses the present psychological approach to prison programs.
Evatt Sunset Seminar: Young people and politics: engagement and participation
What are we doing wrong - what is Hillsong doing right? Are 'Generation Y' apolitical and apathetic? How do young women and young men differ? How do you engage young people at work? For the answers to all these questions and more, come along to hear Monika Wheeler, Rebecca Huntley, Ariadne Vromen and Damian Oliver at the Sydney Mechanics' School of Arts on 6 September.
Jay Mandle on globalisation and poverty in Sydney
Professor Mandle will be joined by James Goodman, Frank Stilwell, Peter Ross and Gavin Kitching in a seminar at UNSW on 19 August.
The collapse of globalism and the reinvention of the world
John Ralston Saul talks about his new book at Sydney's Seymour Centre on 22 August.
The state systems of industrial relations: past, present & future
Find out about the state systems in Sydney on 26 August, before they disappear.
Henry Reynolds on international race thinking and Australia
Henry talks about his new book at Gleebooks in Sydney on 30 August.
Do we stand up for the underdog? asks John Ward.
We're getting to the bottom of the neocons, writes Rebecca Renfro.
Giving the people their opium, writes Josh A Gilman.
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