With a significantly less number of prisoners behind bars, Norway’s prisoner rehabilitation system proves to be a success. Can Victoria follow their lead?
Much of the blame for Australians not being able to own their own property is falling on Chinese buyers and investors. But is this fair, or even correct?
Professor Yin Paradies discusses the cycles of history and why unresolved issues of the past continue to resurface, often with greater tension than before.
With the influx of American culture into Australian society, there are polarising opinions about the commercialisation of yet another tradition.
Since the first successful organ transplant in the 1950s, organ transplantation has saved the lives of millions. But the number of people waiting for an organ transplant now far outweighs the number of organs available and some people seek transplants outside the system fuelling organ trafficking around the world.
Ethnic cleansing in Myanmar has left many in the international community questioning the commitment of the country’s civilian leader, Aung San Suu Kyi, to human rights.
Australia maintains a high concentration of religious schools, despite claiming secularism. Dr Emma Rowe discusses this ongoing contentious issue.
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