"Justice has been done " -
It's hard to hear anything else about the killing of Osama bin Laden.
But what kind of justice is this, asks Stuart Rees, Director of the Sydney Peace Foundation, and for whom has it been done?
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Sydney Town Hall Public Forum, March 16th 2011
On March 16, a massive public forum in Sydney Town Hall was called to break Australia’s silence on these critical issues:
The denigration of basic liberties, such as freedom of speech and the
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It was a strange day to fly into Sydney. Olara Otunnu, a man of peace who has devoted his life to the protection of children involved in war, arrived in a city reeling from the understanding that global terrorism is
KERRY O'BRIEN: Outspoken former Irish president Mary Robinson would not have been mourned in either Washington or Canberra when she left her job as UN High Commissioner for Human Rights two months ago.
She had put the spotlight on both America