We were so pleased to offer a sneak peak unveiling of the Me Too movement as the 2019 Sydney Peace Prize recipient on 30 April before the news broke publicly. Thank you to everyone who woke up so early to
We are thrilled to bring you an exciting opportunity to see 2014 Sydney Peace Prize recipient Julian Burnside's new documentary Border Politics, and to enjoy a live Q&A with Burnside himself!
Border Politics follows Burnside as he travels the globe examining
Jandali composes symphonies which integrate ancient folk melodies from Aleppo and the Silk Road to preserve the musical heritage of Syria.
"I'm trying to integrate these ancient melodies that Aleppo embraced into my symphonic, classic and chamber works in an effort
The death of a 23 year old asylum seeker and injuries to over sixty others on Manus Island are the inevitable consequences of a policy of violence based on bullying and brute force to arrest, detain and humiliate vulnerable and
Refugees who are thankful for small mercies have a lot they can teach to those in a lucky country who might regard them as a threat to their well being, writes Professor Stuart Rees.
In spite of the Rudd resurrection, the
Diplomacy should send a clear signal to Sri Lanka that it is on the wrong track. This year's CHOGM in Colombo should be cancelled, writes Jake Lynch.
Foreign Minister Bob Carr will head to London shortly for the Commonwealth Ministerial Action
By Professor Stuart Rees
In answer to the comment 'Stand up for Human Rights in Sri Lanka', a young man wearing a sombrero and an Australian flag draped around his shoulders, responded, 'Fuck human rights.'
It was 10:05 am on Thursday January
Joint statement from Senator Sekai Holland, 2012 Sydney Peace Prize recipient and Co Minister for Reconciliation, Healing & Integration in the Government of Zimbabwe, and Professor Stuart Rees AM Chair of the Sydney Peace Foundation.
We make this statement in terms
By Lucy Fiske, Curtin University
Last week Australia’s politicians determined to “do something” to stop people risking their lives at sea on asylum boats headed for Australia.
The government wanted a bill from independent MP Rob Oakeshott to pass because its ministers