In her column, Jessica Yu speaks to everyday people from a variety of faith backgrounds about how their religion plays out in their daily lives.
Anti-Semitism explores issues such as self-identity, historical revisionism and religiopolitical homogenisation in an easy and elucidating manner, writes Samaya Borom.
Jen McLean explores the experiences of veiled Muslim women in Sydney.
Many Australians perceive people who come here to seek asylum as being reluctant to integrate into Australian society, but the reality couldn’t be further from the truth writes Nicolle White.
Right Now columnist Jessica Yu visits the Melbourne Church of Scientology as part of her monthly series on faith and human rights.
Jessica Yu speaks to Jack about the good and evil in people, human mortality and how his belief system gives him “vague pointers on how to live”.
Jessica Yu speaks to Jarni about meditation, social justice, and why people think Buddhism is “cool”.
BottledSnail’s production of the Tony Award-winning musical Parade premiered at The Coopers Malthouse, and the themes explored are just as important today as they were 100 years ago, writes Samantha Jones.
Jessica Yu speaks to Amena about her faith, mercy, and the representation of Muslim women in the media.
When an act of terrorism strikes, everyday Muslims in Australia suffer alongside every other Australian, writes Zoya Patel.
The murders of Charlie Hebdo journalists was a horrific tragedy. But that does not mean the “right to offend” is a cause we should champion, writes Somayra Ismailjee.
In October, Right Now explored the relationship between human rights and identity. Read our October issue here.