World on the edge of an abyss: UN Secretary-General
“I am here to sound the alarm: the world must wake up. We are on the edge of an abyss – and moving in the wrong direction.”
End of the forever war?
The United States’ longest war has officially come to an end.
Afghans reclaim sovereignty as US-Nato occupation comes to an end
Celebratory gunfire echoed across Kabul on Tuesday morning, 31st August, as the last US flight took off from Kabul airport, ending twenty years of American occupation in the country.
Women’s Safety Summit – a responsibility for all
The National Summit on Women’s Safety was held over two days earlier this month
Digital identity exposure draft is too light on the details
Digital rights advocacy groups such as “Digital Rights Watch” have raised several concerns and recommendations to ensure Australian’s digital identities remain safe.
Blak death cells – three more black deaths in custody on eve of royal commission 30th year anniversary
Three First Nations people have died in custody this month, on the eve of the 30th anniversary of the report of the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody. These three deaths – two in New South Wales (NSW) and one in Victoria – add to the already 440+ black deaths in custody that have occurred over these thirty years, leading families of the victims to declare a national emergency.
Taiwan is a tinderbox, and the West is attempting to light the fuse
Taiwan island, internationally recognised as a province of China, has again become a key focal point in Washington’s ongoing hybrid war against Beijing.
Limiting global warming to 1.5° “on life support”
The United Nations Climate Change Conference – dubbed COP26 – has recently ended in Glasgow after two busy weeks in which 120 heads of state,...
Major floods a timely reminder to humanity’s greatest threat
Recent major flooding across Germany, Belgium, and China, along with wildfires in Northern America have sharply brought back into focus the need for urgent united action on climate change.