Despite “baseless” charges, academic Kylie Moore-Gilbert has been sentenced to ten years in Iran’s notorious Evin prison. Our government has rejected the charges, but they need to do more.
Those who read the headlines may believe that the coronavirus is the catalyst for a crisis in our aged care facilities. This is not the case.
2020 has gifted us many grim events, but the selfish politicising of an international pandemic surely takes the cake.
Today, Scott Morrison proclaimed that “we are all Victorians”. On the other side of a closed border, visceral lockdowns and putrid politics, I feel that might be a bit of a stretch.
The subjugation of black lives has not evolved since settlement. But it is not our behaviour that needs to change. Ignoring this fact is a choice.
Scott Morrison may have gone viral after he marginalised the concerns of pregnant women, but it is his androcentric approach to COVID-19 that is far more telling.
The police wilfully targeting the press during the riots is not an attack on free speech, they’re attacking the core ideals of America itself.