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Australia urged to call out human rights horror in the Philippines

Australia must demonstrate its commitment to human rights in the Philippines, where the Duterte ...  
Morrison and Dutton's Christmas Island plan is a huge waste of money

The Coalition's administration of the Christmas Island detention centre has been an expensive ...  
Intolerable: A story of sexual harassment and gender inequality

Walking down a main street of one of the largest town in Colombia’s Amazon region, I felt the ...  
New York Times attacked for running Taliban Leader's op-ed

A Taliban Leader has been given space in the pages of the New York Times, a decision that has ...  
As Australians, we must support Assange's struggle

Australians and our media are failing Julian Assange, writes Sue Stevenson.  
Cold and callous: Australia rejects visa for mourning husband

How have we come to this? Geoffrey Heaviside is an Australian citizen, born and brought up here. ...  
Defence digs in as Julian Assange fights extradition

Julian Assange's defence team is working hard to resist his extradition to the United States ...  
Press freedom on trial: Chronicles from the Julian Assange extradition hearing

Sara Chessa reports on the first week of extradition hearings in the Julian Assange trial.  
Justifying Aboriginality for equal rights

Paul Dutton discusses the irony that is Australia's First Peoples having to prove their Aborigi ...  
Bearing witness: The life of an Australian refugee advocate

Anne Moon sounds tired. The retired aid worker does not sleep well these days.  
Workers for Assange: Uniting to fight for Assange’s freedom

Inspired by the words of Julian Assange, workers around the world are collaborating to stand up ...  
Scott Morrison's politics of division

The Australian Government has fallen into one that encourages divisiveness among its citizens ...  
JOHN PILGER: Marching against the silencing of Julian Assange — and all of us

Assange is in maximum security prison for exposing the wrongdoings of those who wish to silence ...  
Glenn Greenwald charged with cybercrimes: Another attack on free press

While the spotlight is focused on Julian Assange, another reporter is also facing persecution ...  
Assange, Collaery, Snowden, Smethurst: criminalising truth

Truth-tellers and whistleblowers need our support in Australia and across the globe, says Dr ...  
Ending the torture of  Julian Assange

Voices from all over the world, including human rights organisations, have been condemning the ...  
Peter Dutton's trifecta of border protection failures

Statistics show that Peter Dutton is failing to handle immigration affairs and is tarnishing ...  
Council of Europe sides with Julian Assange

The attitude of European institutions is changing after years of silence. In this case, it was ...  

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