Noted barrister and human rights advocate Julian Burnside calls for a fairer legal system in his latest book, Watching Out: Reflections on Justice and Injustice.
Ali MC takes us inside the Tribunal as witnesses retell the atrocities and human rights abuses suffered by the Rohingya people.
We should be showing the nation’s leaders that we will not tolerate the xenophobic war on refugees and asylum seekers, not celebrating.
Felicity Castagna’s novel ‘No More Boats’ is a statement about Australia’s paradoxical relationship with its migrant origins
Offshore detention. For two decades, no two words have plagued Australian politics as doggedly as these. Anthony Levin draws a disturbingly accurate picture Australia’s offshore detention centres that we may or may not be ready for.
A glimpse of life in the small fishing village of Gurunagar, Sri Lanka as it does its best to rise from the ashes left by the civil war.
Samaya Borom reviews Ways of Being Here, a collection of stories by African-Australian writers residing in Western Australia.
Mark Isaacs’ new book addresses the key issues surrounding transparency and accountability following the July 2013 riot at Nauru’s offshore immigration detention centre.
In a new bill proposed to parliament, Dutton could play judge, jury and executioner in citizenship matters.
Grahame Best interviews Michael Green about The Messenger, a podcast which brings you into the Australian immigration detention centre on Manus Island.
With the Sydney Film Festival underway, Right Now’s reviewers reflect on a selection of insightful films from the 2017 program.