Jay Thompson speaks to Ginger Gorman about the harm caused by online trolling and how it can cross over into the offline world.
I recently found myself, an avid lover of fashion, remarking to a colleague: ‘Really, all aspects of the fashion chain are terrible. The more I think about it, the more I feel like we shouldn’t wear clothing at all – we should all just be nude’. She laughed, but I was kind of serious. It […]
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 […]
The poem ‘Razor Wire Childhood’ by Rodney Williams was inspired by a series of drawings by children held on Christmas Island. Although that facility has now closed, the issue of children held in detention in Australian government facilities is still relevant today.
How can we use human rights to ensure that the worst of what humanity is capable of is kept at bay?
Revisit the landmark Native Title case surrounding the Wik peoples Vs Queensland in Dean Gibson’s retrospective documentary.
What will we, as a nation, become? Stop the Boats uses a slogan to investigate the ramifications of our horrific refugee policies.
From gender and sexuality to war and conflict, HRAFF showcases some unbelievable films this year. Right Now covers 5 unmissable films.
Richard Denniss explores the problems of neoliberalism, and the changes that need to be made for the future of Australia.
In Blue Lake, David Sornig writes about the vulnerability and resilience of a forgotten area of Melbourne, and the people who inhabit it.
Zoya Patel describes being caught between cultures, in this book which discusses community, migrant identity and the pain of not belonging.
The donation of goods that can’t be used adds an extra burden to communities affected by disaster. This is why cash is always best.