2006 - Volume 9 Number 6
The United Nations Human Rights Council recently passed the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous People. Here we examine how Australia compares to international human rights standards.
2006 - Volume 9 Number 5
Climate Change is already having an impact on many low-lying Pacific nations. This Just Comment examines the impact on Kiribati as an example of the challenges posed by Climate Change more generally, and asks what Australia can do to assist our Pacific Neighbours.
Volume 9 Number 4
Globalisation is a contentious and uncertain process. It has been hailed by some as both beneficial and inevitable. Critics have responded by joining large people’s movements, sometimes called the ‘anti-globalisation’ movement. These very different responses make it difficult to work out exactly what globalisation is, how it impacts on people’s lives and how people, communities and governments can shape it in the future.
2006 - Volume 9 Number 2
The notorious Kakuma Refugee Camp is located in Northern Kenya, an arid, drought-affected region populated by the nomadic Turkana people. The population of the camp is made up of nine nationalities and dozens of ethnic groups, although the majority are refugees from fighting in the Sudan and Somalia.