Unemployment is rarely a choice for young people, writes Zoya Patel. In order to end youth unemployment in Australia, the Abbott Government needs to change its approach.
Between a harsh budget, ongoing discussion of Racial Discrimination Act amendments, and misogynistic killings in the US, divisiveness stood out in the media during May, writes Pia White.
Conversations in the media around the Racial Discrimination Act and ABC reporting have both highlighted the need to examine rights and obligations in regard to accessing and publishing information, writes Pia White.
In the wake of recent revelations that Australia has turned at least two boats of asylum seekers back to Indonesia, Clarrie Burke looks at both the history and the current unfolding of the Coalition promise to “stop the boats”.
In Panic, David Marr chronicles the use of fear in recent years by Australian politicians and the media, and paints a grim picture of more to come, writes Sonia Nair.
How have human rights issued fared during the campaign coverage and exactly what role is the media playing? Pia Ella White examines the media’s performance.
The above image is taken from the Heartlands Refugee Art Prize exhibition. Click here to see more. By Jessie Taylor and Lizzie O’Shea The UN Refugee Convention gives every human being the right to seek asylum. Those who are found to have a well-founded fear of persecution or a fear of violations of their fundamental […]
What do a conservative leader and a radical feminist have in common? More than we would have guessed, it seems.