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  • INTERNATIONAL

    No welcome stranger in racist Australia

    • Cara Munro
    • 03 June 2009
    18 Comments

    In Melbourne, 2000 Indian students gather to protest a lack of Government response to a spate of violent attacks. I am with them because I am ashamed that a white Christian woman is safer in the military capital of Rawalpindi than these students are on a train in Melbourne.

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  • ARTS AND CULTURE

    Danger: avoid death

    • Shane McCauley
    • 19 May 2009
    3 Comments

    You will look left and right .. so many times .. the road will never be crossed ... Swim in nothing deeper .. than a basin ... and say a prayer .. before you sleep at night.

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  • ARTS AND CULTURE

    Afghan stranger's homecoming

    • Tim Kroenert
    • 23 January 2008

    Amir returns home to confront the guilt from his childhood. He finds the Taliban is in power, and his home city of Kabul lies in waste. The film's heavy-handed pathos detracts from the political sub-plot.

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  • ENVIRONMENT

    Don't shoot science messengers, they're an endangered species

    • Robyn Williams
    • 03 October 2007
    7 Comments

    Few want to dedicate their professional lives to communicating the often bad news that comes from science researchers. Williams, Swan, Dr Karl, Flannery and Winston represent a fading generation. The real future should belong to fresh voices. Where are they?

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  • INTERNATIONAL

    Protecting women from danger in Darfur

    • Ben Fraser
    • 11 December 2006

    Internally displaced person (IDP) camps offer a modicum of safety and sustenance amidst spiraling levels of deprivation and insecurity. But there is an increasing incidence of rape and physical assault upon women who have ventured outside the camp to comb the barren landscape for firewood. In Darfur, an environment where law and order often functions as the exception rather than the rule, rights are regularly challenged and violated. For those denied protection, each day plays out in a familiar way—seeking little, but risking all.

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  • AUSTRALIA

    Spain's hard line makes illegal immigration more dangerous

    • Anthony Ham
    • 04 September 2006

    Europe and Africa lie just 14km apart across the Straits of Gibraltar which separate Spain from Morocco, but when it comes to living standards, there is no wider gulf between neighbours anywhere in the world.

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  • AUSTRALIA

    Facing the stranger

    • Mark Raper
    • 08 May 2006

    Mark Raper on Australia’s changing attitudes to refugees

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  • AUSTRALIA

    Identity: Stranger in a strange land

    • David Glanz
    • 24 April 2006

    The ‘right to return’ to Israel does not mean that all Jews visiting there for the first time will like the reality they find.

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  • AUSTRALIA

    Dangerous practice

    • Andrew Hamilton
    • 23 April 2006

    After the deplorable Bali bombings, the deportation of American peace activist Scott Parkin may seem trivial. But both events invite us to ask what kind of an Australia we want.

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  • AUSTRALIA

    The year of living dangerously

    • Troy Bramston
    • 20 April 2006

    The final year of the Whitlam Government was tumultuous, but despite enormous obstacles and ultimate dismissal, the government implemented a visionary and far-reaching policy agenda that forever changed the face of Australia.

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  • ECONOMICS

    Looking back, looking forward

    • David James
    • 30 June 2020
    3 Comments

    A commonly heard phrase, or rather media cliché, is that after the COVID-19 crisis ‘things will never be the same.’ It is an understandable sentiment, given the seemingly unprecedented nature of recent events. But how novel is what happened, and how much will actually change? 

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  • AUSTRALIA

    Saving lives means saving culture

    • Brent Riley
    • 25 June 2020
    7 Comments

    People ask why it took the death of George Floyd to make so many Australians stand up. His experience mirrored that of so many Aboriginal people who have died while in custody. His dying words ‘I can’t breathe’ echo through our hearts, because this isn’t the first time a Bla(c)k man has uttered those words while being brutally arrested for a crime most white people would get a slap on the wrist for.

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