While protesting has always been part of us, pushing for change with the hands of extremism is new in the human experience.
In the wake of Christchurch, it became clear that the motivations were emboldened by the discourse in this country. Every media outlet is guilty of it, even this one.
With the entirety of the Senate piling on Fraser Anning for his speech, it affords the regular Australian an opportunity to impact our growing culture of extremism.
With social media being used as a weapon to radicalise users, Ugur Nedim looks at the new tools to combat online extremism.
With the Radicalisation in Australia booklet set to be wheeled out in our schools, TBS has procured the teacher’s guide that accompanies it.
Yassmin Abdel-Magied grapples with the “us vs them” mentality in terms of her being an Australian Muslim – is she “us” or “them”?
Michael Burrill isn’t so sure that he wants to be Charlie, especially if their idea of “satire” perpetuates a poisonous climate that leads to marginalisation.
Editor Paul Bugeja writes in support of media colleagues at Charlie Hebdo in France who have perished at the hands of desperate and despicable extremist criminals.
An innocuous bathroom stall at a university shone some light for Nathan Gardner about the nature of supremacists