racism

Three Aboriginal women walking along a rabbit proof fence - a promotional poster for the film

From bushrangers to community matriarchs, Aboriginal women have found many ways to empower themselves and their people through acts of resistance – within and outside of the law. 

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Without appropriate support, it’s more likely people will break COVID restrictions, for example go to work, or gather in family groups for support.

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In Apartheid’s Shadow explores how apartheid, and the vast transnational movement against it, is a difficult reminder of Australia’s own racialised past and discriminatory present.

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Poorly managed artificial intelligence has the potential to undermine the application of law, Research Professor Mireille Hildebrandt, a global leader in AI and ethics, will warn during a lecture at UNSW Sydney on December 13.

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There's no hiding from confrontational truths in Michael Mohammed Ahmad's new novel The Lebs.

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Tony Abbott’s attempt to corner Labor with the accusation of racism over the China-Australia free trade agreeement is not surprising. More disappointing is the failure of journalists to critically analyse the attack, writes Mark Rolfe

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Our Kiwi cousins have done a better job of reconciliation. But it's not too late for Australians to catch up, writes Christopher Kremmer.

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Europe's Roma and Jews have far too much in common. Let's be empathetic. Let's acknowledge our common history. And then, let's apply our resulting outrage to an ongoing injustice closer to home, writes Fergal Davis.

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Technology that allows people to don the skin of a dark-skinned avatar could significantly decrease an individual's racial biases, writes Michael Kasumovic.

NRL chief David Gallop joins panel of experts to discuss racism in Australian sport at a UNSW public forum on Wednesday, 8 September.

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