In 2024, more voters than ever in history – some 49% of the global population – will head to the polls. Anika Baset reflects on the brutal fall of democracy in Bangladesh, a country of 170 million people.
On International Day of The Mother Tongue, Ngarra Murray reflects on the importance of embracing First Peoples’ languages in Australia.
Anika Baset reflects on her Muslim identity after the attacks on October 7 and the humanitarian catastrophe in Gaza that has followed.
Everyone agrees the name is offensive. So why hasn’t it changed yet?
Civilians should never be a target of war, terrorism or violence. The international community, including the Australian Government, must call for an immediate humanitarian ceasefire.
“Pipelining children into prisons does not make communities safer – it only serves to undermine it and destroy children’s lives in the process.”
Monique Hurley, Human Rights Law Centre
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