Human Rights
Agriculture Visa policy tarnished by political deals

Australia's Agriculture Visa policy is in disarray, writes Abul Rizvi.  
Rising child suicides should alarm all of us

I remember a father who found his son hours after his suicide. The father lay his son down and ...  
Sanctions driving Afghans to brink of starvation

On 8 February 2022,  the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) in Afghanistan sent out a ...  
Morrison's Migration Act is cruel and callous

The Migration Act has become a fest of discrimination, deteriorating rapidly under the Abbott and ...  
Morrison's Religious Discrimination Bill is a huge step back

Scott Morrison's controversial Religious Discrimination Bill is a huge step backward for human ...  
U.S. embargo against Cuba turns 60

It all seems worn, part of an "aspic" approach to foreign policy. But U.S. President Joe Biden ...  
Scott’s religious devotion sacrifices sex abuse survivors…plus all non-god botherers

Prime Minister Scott Morrison's Religious Discrimination Bill comes at great cost, writes managing ...  
Women's rights are paramount: The world is failing on gender equality

I'm sitting in Rarotonga, the capital of the Cook Islands. A small island nation located in the ...  
Indefinite detention is a disgrace: We must vote to end it

Some of Australia's refugees have been detained for a horrifying nine years. Meanwhile, we've kept ...  
No plan to address asylum seeker exploitation

The results of Peter Dutton's labour trafficking scam are still lingering as asylum seeker appl ...  
Assange wins right to appeal against extradition

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is allowed to challenge the decision over extradition in the UK ...  
Australian visa program a human rights travesty

The Federal Government's treatment of immigrants has repeatedly demonstrated abuse against human ...  
Djokovic treatment 'drop in the ocean' compared to suffering of refugees

The recent detention of Novak Djokovic in Park Hotel in Melbourne has exposed one of our dirtiest ...  
Djokovic v Home Affairs brings home cruel immigration policy

Because Novak Djokovic is world-famous, the extreme cruelty of the Australian Government's immi ...  
Gang rape in Cambodia: A means of male bonding

Too many men in Cambodia feel entitled to shame, reject, harass and even rape women.  
Julian Assange — a thousand days in Belmarsh

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has now been in the maximum security facilities of Belmarsh ...  
Relocated Rohingyas finding a better life in Bhashan Char

While more work needs to be done, the Rohingya refugees relocated to Bhashan Char are finding ...  
Peter Dutton's hypocrisy reaches new low

Given the Government’s treatment of women and refugees, Peter Dutton’s comments in the Sydney ...  

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