It is one of the most important questions of our time: how will digital technology transform society and the way we govern?
Shen Narayanasamy targets Australia's treatment of refugees and challenges people to stand up against the systems that strip these people of their human rights.
Pat Anderson interrogates the structures that lead to our Indigenous Australians being the most incarcerated in the world.
Human rights lawyer Anna Brown dissects the social and political structures in Australia that undermine and discriminate against the LGBTQI+ community.
Rosemary Kayess questions why over half of Australians living with a disability lack access to support services they need.
Rosie Batty tackles family violence in a country that allows more than one woman to be killed every week by a partner or former partner.
Tackling the issues that keep us up at night and imagining the inconceivable.
The AI that we use today has profound implications for how we are terraforming ourselves, our culture and the earth itself.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is hard to see – but it’s already being built into the infrastructure of our core institutions, from education, business, healthcare, hiring, to the work of government itself.
If women and girls want to dismantle the system, they will need to embrace the qualities they have been trained to avoid.