Why it is that historians are only now starting to talk about human rights? We spoke with Professor Mark Bradley of the University of Chicago to find an answer.
Bebe Loff – Director of the Michael Kirby Centre for Public Health and Human Rights in the School of Public Health and Preventive Medicine at Monash University – considers the need to respect culture and autonomy in the provision of health care
No religious group in Australia has been subject to the level of vilification that Muslims have. Coming of Age: Growing Up Muslim in Australia offers a series of personal accounts that debunk the stereotypes, writes Sonia Nair.
Melissa Reid looks at media coverage of Kony and asylum seekers to ask, does our fast-paced media culture need to change?
Hsin-Yi Lo explains why online activism cannot replace wider participation, engagement with the public and sacrifice to bring about social and political change.
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 […]