Can people with opposing political views come together to have respectful and productive conversations?
We are inseparable from water — more than relying on it, we are constituted by it. Alison Whittaker reflects on the water crisis and its colonial roots.
We should be showing the nation’s leaders that we will not tolerate the xenophobic war on refugees and asylum seekers, not celebrating.
Right Now Editor, Marta Skrabracz, writes about “ghettoisation” and what this means for community identity in Australia.
By Jacqui Fetchet. This article is part of our April and May focus on Art and Human Rights. “For me the idea of a blank canvas is one of the most empowering things – the thought that you can do anything, go anywhere, say whatever you want. It is freedom of speech. For my people it […]
By Berni M Janssen. This article is part of our April and May focus on Art and Human Rights The Preserves Project is a multi-arts project celebrating the ways people from different cultural backgrounds preserve, share and pass on what they value. The trees are heavy with fruit, not every year, but when the season has […]
By Rebecca Lister. This article is part of our April and May focus on Arts and Human Rights. The first thing I notice about Karen* is her smile. It is wide and open and when she smiles you can see her even, small teeth. Karen smiles a lot. At first I wonder if she smiles […]