In her poems, Leila explores a personal sense of origin that, like the ocean, binds several landscapes and times, coming back to the idea that a timeless, boundless love pervades.
Can the market be a vehicle for human rights? Aron Paul looks at how superannuation has been redefined over time from a privilege to a worker’s right.
Right Now’s Rose Hunter speaks to Daisy Gardener, Oxfam’s Labour Rights Coordinator, about global labour rights, the Rana Plaza factory tragedy in Bangladesh, and how Australian consumers can act to protect workers’ rights.
By Shae Courtney. This article is part of our July 2013 focus on “Australia in the World”. Click here for more articles in this issue. Since 1948, nations have declared their support for, and recognition of, the inalienable human rights of all under the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR). The recognition of these rights, which […]