Making sense of Indonesia's blasphemy law
The rise in blasphemy prosecutions in Indonesia could strike a major blow to the nation’s status as a model for tolerant Muslim democracy.
Healing the wounds of our human rights history
To repair its human rights reputation in the future, Australia must look to its past, says historian and author Jon Piccini.
Giving hope to aspiring migrants
Meet Viv, the Darwin-based businesswoman who came out of retirement with a goal to learn, gain confidence, and help people.
Empowering a new generation of digital learners
ACU graduate Martin McGauran supports school communities and families to navigate the online world.
Pandemic-induced anxiety: Are you a denier, or a panicker?
Anxiety is a natural response to a global pandemic, says psychology professor Joseph Ciarrochi but, we can use it for good.
Poetry the tonic for Yarrie's scarred soul
Yarrie Bangura’s childhood was disrupted by a civil war that ravaged Sierra Leone. But she has found healing through poetry.
The social factors shaping radicalisation and violent extremism in Australia
Dr Joshua Roose helped us to navigate the minefield of violent extremism and radicalisation in the West.
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