Sayomi Ariyawansa writes on Cecil Rhodes, Richard Berry and the legacy of colonialism at our universities.
It’s the first episode of Right Now Radio for 2016!
Ellen van Neerven explores why Indigenous culture and knowledge should form an essential part of Australia’s response to climate change.
Anna Brown of the Human Rights Law Centre reflects on the success of the last 70 years of the UN – and Australia’s performance in advancing human rights internationally and at home.
Not Just Black and White is a historical record of governmental misdeeds when it came to “stolen wages” and an inspiring intergenerational story of perseverance, courage and success
The Adam Goodes furore shows us that casual racism is prevalent in Australian society. Thomas Alomes explains why we all have a responsibility to overcome the problem.
Right Now’s reviewers have outlined their favourite films showing at this year’s Melbourne International Film Festival (MIFF).
The loud cries of Reclaim Australia should be challenged. But Right Now columnist Senthorun Raj reminds us not to forget about Australia’s institutional racism, which is far more insidious.
A new law giving police in the Northern Territory the power to perform “paperless arrests” has serious consequences for the rights of Indigenous Australians.
Deftly written and all-inclusive, No Small Change: The Road to Recognition for Indigenous Australia is a must read, writes Samaya Borom.
Elaine Kelly discusses the impacts of climate change in Torres Strait, and the legal frameworks that assist one of Australia’s most vulnerable communities.
The confounding number of Indigenous deaths in custody should be a cause for outrage. But compared to the blazing streets of Baltimore, Australia’s response to deaths in custody has been virtually non-existent.