From covering up the naked statues of antiquity to apologising for feminist posters, at what point do we hold our ground and stand up for universal values?
Despite ever-increasing investment in education, Australia’s literacy rates are not improving and are falling behind those of other nations. Why is this so? The gradual decline…
Australians have overwhelmingly voted in favour of same-sex marriage, with 7.8 million people voting ‘Yes’ in the postal survey on marriage equality.
The ongoing dual citizenship saga is the latest in a series of crises which have imperilled Malcolm Turnbull’s position as Australian Prime Minister.
When same-sex couples are denied the right to marry, it is a sign of flagrant inequality. The Church in Australia is on the wrong side of history.
The long campaign to legalise same sex marriage in Australia is nearing its close and ballots for the non-binding, voluntary postal vote are being sent out.…
Scott Jacobsen interviews the President of the Secular Party of Australia, John Perkins, here.
Death threats and murders (such as that of filmmaker Theo Van Gogh) do not signal a religion of peace, but it points to mainstream Islam’s theocratic ideology that’s incompatible with human rights.