Though the Australian government’s economic desires have contrasted sharply with Indigenous land ownership in the past, Christine Todd argues the two are not mutually exclusive and suggests the economic development of the land should be carried out by the Indigenous population.
As humanity merges with ever more advanced machines, we will evolve into a new species that blends human and technological traits – the posthuman. But do new technologies dehumanise us? Scott Arthurson explores what it means to be human.
Melissa Reid looks at media coverage of Kony and asylum seekers to ask, does our fast-paced media culture need to change?
Australia is seeing the largest spike in new HIV cases in 20 years. While antiretroviral drugs can fight the virus, they cannot fight the stigma that comes with it, writes Broede Carmody.
Right Now is holding a short fiction and poetry competition! The winning poem and the winning short story will be awarded $500 in prize money each and will be published in Right Now’s highly anticipated print anthology.