David Kilcullen’s Blood Year provides an insider’s perspective on the critical failings of the War or Terror, writers Samaya Borom.
Increasing governmental secrecy and expanding executive powers are a threat to our democracy that must be resisted, writes Right Now columnist Senthorun Raj.
Right Now Radio discuss the human rights topics that made headlines in June and speak to Lucas Shrank, who created the animation “Nowhere Line” showing life on Manus Island
Right Now interviews Andrew Zammit, researcher at Monash University’s Global Terrorism Research Centre, about domestic terrorism in Australia.
ASIO’s new question and detention warrants are just one in a myriad of bills, acts and amendments that are summarised and scrutinised in a new book, writes Athena Rogers.
When an act of terrorism strikes, everyday Muslims in Australia suffer alongside every other Australian, writes Zoya Patel.
Why do we turn some incidents of political violence into public spectacles of terrorism while obscuring others?
The murders of Charlie Hebdo journalists was a horrific tragedy. But that does not mean the “right to offend” is a cause we should champion, writes Somayra Ismailjee.
Confused as to what Australia’s new security laws mean for civil rights? Rhys Ryan explains why we should be concerned.
In October, Right Now explored the relationship between human rights and identity. Read our October issue here.
What motivates your average Australian to engage with an extreme cause?
Right Now Radio – October Edition.