By closing the camps and resettling refugees from Nauru and Manus Island, Australia would demonstrate basic humanity and remove an irritation from its alliance with the United States.
The blasphemy trial for Jakarta’s Christian governor reflects the pervasive anti-minority sentiment in Indonesia.
A Malaysian fishing village with historic Portuguese ties is put at risk by the construction of luxury apartments, hotels and resorts.
This film documents the lives of four Malian musical acts as they fight to continue playing the music they love after fleeing the violence of their homeland.
Australia wasted its recent opportunity at the UN to be a leader in international cooperation for refugees.
Hard to Believe is a film that seeks to bring global attention to a massive human rights issue being ignored the world over.
More to the Story expertly weaves together conversations with refugees with the historical and socio-political backdrops that have forced them to flee.
With a raft of thought-provoking films and documentaries on offer at the 2016 Melbourne International Film Festival, we present our top social justice-focused picks.
Pictures in my Heart is a collection of memories and hopes representative of the initial shared refugee experience.
Nine Million Lives presents real-life stories taking place in some of the most challenging circumstances imaginable.
Advancing human rights protections should be a more central component of Australian foreign policy.
Australia needs to adopt an active, bipartisan approach that will contribute to the global abolition of capital punishment.