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KON KARAPANAGIOTIDIS: What the Morrison Government means for refugees

The Asylum Seeker Resource Centre doors have just opened for the first time since a Morrison ...  
Ending the Coalition's history of human rights abuse

Australia's refugee policy is akin to the legal definition of torture, something a new government ...  
Morrison: Oppressive nihilistic negativity

The "strong economy" promised by Scott Morrison is far from anything the nation actually needs or ...  
The obscurity of consensus: Refugees in the Australian Election

In the recent debates, the issue of refugees was raised, specifically what would happen to the ...  
Greens set back reform on climate change and refugees

The Greens have been rightly critical of Labor and the Coalition on refugees and on climate change ...  
Lest We Forget Yassmin Abdel-Magied

Two years ago Yassmin Abdel-Magied got herself into trouble for saying ‘Lest. We. Forget. ...  
Julian Assange will find no help from the mainstream media

Despite being an inspirational figure to independent journalism, the mainstream media has turned ...  
Twitter closing down last bastion of free speech

Amidst election tampering fears, Twitter is interfering with accounts, putting them into Twitter ...  
The arrest of Assange: When the right to know and question is taken away

The warning is explicit for journalists — what happened to Assange can happen to you, writes ...  
Assange and the National Security State: Criminalising investigative journalism

The representatives of the "National Security State" are gleeful and chortling at the seizure o ...  
The arrest of Julian Assange: A 'dark moment for press freedom'

Edward Snowden described the arrest of Julian Assange as a "dark moment for press freedom" wi ...  
Is Peter Dutton selling the Aussies out?

It is only a matter of time before the alleged corruption within Peter Dutton's department is ...  
Christmas Island shows: Refugee props for Scott Morrison

With the Federal Election almost here, Scott Morrison is remaining firm on his ridiculous refugee ...  
Dutton's 'adviser' Ray Hadley and the case of the on-again-off-again visa

Investigations editor Ross Jones reports on the visa saga of one small-time offender and why Ray ...  
The media still thinks I run the United Patriots Front

The mainstream media's lack of critical thinking when covering the topic, has helped the growth ...  
Christmas Island: The $185 million 'unhinged stunt'

A few short weeks after announcing it would reopen Christmas Island Detention Centre, the Gover ...  
Suicide, Australia's leading cause of unnatural deaths — not a national priority

We’re at the end of 2019's first quarter and tragically the Australian suicide toll stands at ...  
Returning Jihadis: What happens to the families no one wants?

Dr Binoy Kampmark reports on the Jihadi brides and unfortunate children that no one wants.