The suicide of First Nation youth in this country is at a crisis point. But it is our lack of a meaningful response that should be loudly noted.
Jeremy Poxon of the Australian Unemployed Workers’ Union (AUWU) talks about the harsh realities that welfare recipients face, and why those in power do not seem to care.
I’ve been on both sides of the poverty line, and I can unequivocally state that this country’s welfare system needs to change its direction.
In the pursuit of excellence, we’ve let the conditions of the ordinary Australian slip. Ordinary is fine, and ordinary is worth fighting for.
Recently I travelled to Bolivia and Cerro Rico, the mountain infamous for taking the lives of locals.
Again, the nation’s poor, the “dole bludgers” have been outed by the media. The problem is that they’re actually not the problem.
The government’s negative response to the country’s growing poverty figures highlights the largesse of apathy toward our most vulnerable.
A recent erroneous comparison of white rappers to blackface minstrel performers has prompted world hip-hop fan Jacob Lynagh to share some facts about the multicultural history of the genre.
In a rebuttal to Stephanie Lentz’ recent piece on ethical consumerism, TBS argues it’s a mistake to claim globalisation brings more harm than good.