Forced marriage remains one of the most complex and poorly understood human rights and policy issues encountered by Australia in recent years.
Poet Sanam Sharma explores the meaning of democracy when religious and communal segregation is used within communities.
Amal Awad’s book, Beyond Veiled Clichés, invites the wider community to listen to, and connect with, the voices of Arab women.
Sister Corita’s Summer of Love exhibition shares a message of love, peace and tolerance.
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 Amena about her faith, mercy, and the representation of Muslim women in the media.
SBS series, Living With the Enemy misses a golden opportunity to explore human rights issues in a constructive manner, instead opting for the sensational, writes Christie-Anna Ozorio.
The current outbreak of Ebola in West Africa is a compelling example of how inequity, inequality and injustice are powerful determinants of health, writes Alexandra L. Phelan.
Dario Mujkic considers the “individualism” in rights discourse, the challenges of isolation and conflict that this poses, and the silver lining that is solidarity
John Bartlett explores the conflicts of being homosexual and religious, reflecting on his own experiences, as well as the perspectives of a gay Muslim man, an Imam and a Catholic theologian.