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Combating sexual harassment in the work place — leading the way to change

Levels of sexual harassment have reached crisis point in Australian workplaces, with our youngest ...  
AFP raids journalists: We need to talk about our Government

There is no doubt the AFP raids are an affront to our democracy. One in which the hand of a ...  
Intimidating Parliament: The Michael Pezzullo Formula

"This is heavy-handed effort to browbeat the media from engaging in public interest journalism ...  
MUNGO MACCALLUM: AFP raids are the road to totalitarianism

Our Prime Minister assures us that the AFP raids of last week had absolutely nothing to do with ...  
Taboo, gender norms and sexual harassment: It has to stop

"Everybody would harass me," said a young woman in the small city of Zahedan, Baluchistan, a s ...  
A plea born of heartbreak: The case for abortion

Abortions are a necessary medical procedure for women — as Kadijah Runge's story tells us ...  
Media organisations need to speak up in support of whistleblowers and press freedom

If there are to be press freedoms, we must look to and criticise the silencing and prosecution of ...  
Wren's Week: The Chinese Navy, AFP raids and interest rate cuts

John Wren takes a look at the visit to Sydney by the Chinese Navy, the AFP raids against journa ...  
AFP raids: An assault on journalistic freedom

Dr Jennifer Wilson looks at some of the repercussions of the journalistic AFP raids from both ...  
Warring against sources: The security state and public interest journalism

The AFP raid on the home of Annika Smethurst signals another blow to journalism and freedom of ...  
How good is Folau's Law?

Noely Neate looks at some of the potential repercussions of Folau's Law, with tongue planted ...  
Rewarding rorting and bad behaviour: Why many LNP politicians were re-elected

It's baffling that politicians like Christensen and Dutton achieved swings towards them and ...  
Make no mistake: Abortion bans violate human rights

In the wake of the Alabama abortion ban, we have witnessed myriad women throughout the world come ...  
The Espionage Act and Julian Assange: U.S. Justice Department expands its case

Julian Assange has been hit with several espionage charges, dealing another blow to journalism and ...  
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 ...