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  • AUSTRALIA

    Debate confuses national curriculum with national standards

    • Greg O'Kelly
    • 02 April 2007
    3 Comments

    Australia is ranked 29th internationally in the teaching of maths and science. To suggest that a national curriculum would raise such a ranking is a non sequitur. Curriculum is about content. It's standards that refer to performance measurement.

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  • RELIGION

    If you're happy and you know it clap your hands

    • Chris Fotinopoulos
    • 13 November 2006

    Many within the conservative Christian camp have come to accept music as an effective means of spreading the gospel. Artists, by virtue of their creative independence, can, if they choose, talk "truth" to the State. No group should force anyone to sing and clap to a single tune.

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  • AUSTRALIA

    Close cloning vote reflects complex and confronting issue

    • Francis Sullivan
    • 13 November 2006
    2 Comments

    Last week's conscience vote on human embryo cloning exposed Senators to a level of public scrutiny seldom, unparalleled in normal debates. Many felt exposed and vulnerable, weighed down by the decisions before them.

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  • ENVIRONMENT

    Filters, fixes and flimsy in new Net policy

    • Paul Osborne
    • 10 July 2006

    Communications Minister Helen Coonan's latest plan is to give every family in the country a free Internet filter program for their computer. The government is also putting more money into its NetAlert advisory service for parents and will roll out a community education program - all at a cost of $117 million.

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  • RELIGION

    Religious and human freedoms

    • Abdullah Saeed
    • 24 June 2006

    September 11, 2001 changed the life of Muslims in the West, including Australia. Muslims in Australia today, their beliefs, values, practices and institutions, are under the microscope. There is a fear among many Muslims in Australia that is difficult to explain. In turn, Muslims are feared by many non-Muslim Australians, many of them Christians.

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  • INTERNATIONAL

    'Red pole' justice in Nepal

    • Sushma Joshi
    • 12 June 2006

    The three metre long red wooden pole is an instrument of humiliation for convicted criminals that is chillingly reminiscent of the Chinese Red Army. It has made its appearance,  not under Maoist inspiration, but because of the absence of a functioning state legal system.

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  • INTERNATIONAL

    Rwandan mist

    • Michele Gierck
    • 31 May 2006

    Ten years after the genocide Rwanda still mourns its dead.

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  • ARTS AND CULTURE

    Hit and myth

    • Leah De Forest
    • 27 April 2006

    In many ways Elizabeth Bennet was a far more illuminating role model for the women of her time than her twittery descendant Bridget Jones.

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  • AUSTRALIA

    Seeking justice for Jack

    • Katherine Wilson
    • 23 April 2006

    Jack Thomas is one of the first Australians charged under the Howard Government’s new anti-terror laws, but is he really a threat to national security or merely a sacrifical lamb?

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  • ARTS AND CULTURE

    Born free

    • Gillian Bouras
    • 28 July 2020
    20 Comments

    During times of crisis concepts such as power and liberty are often brought into the light and re-examined, and it is a sad fact that during those same times, people in power often try to chip away at liberty, at democracy’s most basic freedoms: several current world leaders immediately spring to mind.

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  • INTERNATIONAL

    Annexation exposes the political isolation of Palestinians

    • Ramona Wadi
    • 14 July 2020
    4 Comments

    For decades, the UN issued non-binding resolutions and condemnations regarding Israel’s colonial expansion over Palestinian territory. As Israel gears towards implementing its annexation plans, which will see around 30 per cent of territory from the occupied West Bank falling under Israeli sovereignty, Palestinians stand to continue the cycle of territorial loss, internally forced displacement, and a deterioration of what remains of their rights.

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  • AUSTRALIA

    Emergence from ideology

    • John Falzon
    • 02 July 2020
    14 Comments

    Ideology is a powerful presence in our lives. It works its way into our consciousness through the dominant discourses of government, media, institutional religion, legal frameworks, popular culture, advertising, all the means at the disposal of the powerful. Once we learn to recognise it we see it everywhere. If it feels like we were born into it, it is because we were.

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