What are the consequences of help? A_tistic’s new performance Helping Hands explores the ways in which ‘help’ can leave scars on those with disabilities.
Engage with the highs and lows of the marriage equality survey in this compilation which amplifies the voices of those both in and out of the campaigns
Sex and the City, Shallow Hal and Kim Kardashian have more in common than you think. For one, they all tacitly profit off fat jokes.
‘Translucent’ by Cindy Jiang explores the assimilatory potential of growing up Asian in Australia.
Janelle Koh sits down with Kate Jessica Raphael, award-winning crime fiction author for a chat about her work, and the interrelations that exist between crime fiction and human rights.
Read an excerpt of Kate Jessica Raphael’s crime fiction novel ‘Murder Under the Bridge’, which is drawn directly from the author’s experiences in Palestine.
How come no one wants to talk about how annoying depression is?
Daryl Yang considers the increasingly common phenomenon of friendships breaking down over political differences, and muses over the question: should we be friends with homophobes?
We are inseparable from water — more than relying on it, we are constituted by it. Alison Whittaker reflects on the water crisis and its colonial roots.
What do human rights look like as a visual language? Jane Lyndon’s new book seeks to find out.
Joe Patterson’s journey to Vietnam summons up a country still marked with the ravages of war, as told through the stories of Australian veterans who now call the place home.
Boys Will Be Boys: Power, Patriarchy and the Toxic Bonds of Mateship By Clementine Ford Allen & Unwin Clementine Ford has delivered a fantastic piece of work written with a delicious language that is a well-crafted blend of passion, anger and humour. Boys Will Be Boys takes the reader through the very concerning series of […]