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Living With the Enemy

No.996 – 17 September 2014

The blurred line between documentary and reality TV

SBS series, Living With the Enemy misses a golden opportunity to explore human rights issues in a constructive manner, instead opting for the sensational, writes Christie-Anna Ozorio.


Gender & Sexuality / Religion / Reviews

Flickr: miss_millions, Prison Cells

No.995 – 16 September 2014

Redressing over-incarceration, addressing human rights: what can justice reinvestment do in Australia?

Melanie Schwartz and Prof Chris Cuneen discuss the advantages of Justice Reinvestment programs for reducing Indigenous incarceration rates in Australia.


Articles / Indigenous People / Race & Discrimination


No.994 – 15 September 2014

Portraying Positive Stories in Aboriginal Health

Melissa Stoneham, the Deputy Director of the Public Health Advocacy Institute in WA, on the Western Australian Indigenous Storybooks and counteracting negative media coverage of Aboriginal health.


Articles / Health / Indigenous People

Grant Faint, Getty

No.RN – 13 September 2014

Right Now’s June 2014 Issue, Human Rights and History

In June this year, Right Now published a special issue on Human Rights and History. Read the entire issue here.