A new poem by Sandra Renew calls for marriage equality and respect.
Standing on Ceremony – a collection of plays exploring the rights of homosexual couples – is not always directly relevant to Australia, but makes its point with heart and humour, writes Sonia Nair.
Pia White looks at media coverage of human rights during October through the monthly theme of ‘institutions’, and Sam Ryan reviews ‘Child Soldier’, the new song from hip-hop duo (and refugees from Burundi) featuring Paul Kelly.
Can, and should, puppets be gay? Is QandA wasting time? How has Guardian Australia stacked up on human rights news in its first month? We address these questions in this month’s review of human rights in the media.
At Right Now, we focus on human rights issues that are relevant to Australians. Normally, that means we look at stories in Australia. But in July, we’re broadening our horizons, and looking at Australia’s place in the world. After all, we don’t live in a vacuum, and some of our most pressing human rights concerns […]