With the Palaszczuk government caught out in a lie, meaningful protest seems to be under attack. But what rights do we have, really?
As awful as it is to realise, we’re yet to realise the extent of abuses that governments cover up. One organisation is measuring the architecture of these otherwise quiet abuses.
Mohamed Nizamdeen is a PhD student at UNSW. He was publically brought in under suspicion for enabling terrorism. The charges were dropped, and now his life is in tatters.
The surveillance state grows ever larger, as the power to intercept our phone calls is now being debated. It is expected to pass with bi-partisan support.
Geoffrey Robertson QC has defended Salman Rushdie, he’s represented Julian Assange, and now he’s pushing for an Australian Bill of Rights.
In a bill that was rushed through last week, the Turnbull government has clamped down on freedom of expression under the guise of national security.
Trisha de Borchgrave reflects on the man who became Muhammad Ali; a flawed human with a touch of royal status, fighting the corners of those struggling for acceptance.
The transgender bathroom furore is about inequality, but it is also the inequality you choose to see, and choose not to.
Feminist, activist, writer, poet, dramatist, raconteur extraordinaire. Get familiar with the peerless Dorothy Parker.