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We've had some great conversations, but it doesn't stop there.
by Jan Owen - 24/04/2014
When I see growing homelessness I do not see a social issue per se, but an economic problem that is only getting worse.
by Conrad Liveris - 24/04/2014 - 3 comments
The big civilizational jump which allowed humanity to leave our hardwired-for-socialism past was the development of agriculture.
by David Archibald - 22/04/2014 - 25 comments
Where we've come from and what we think are now not so closely aligned. Globalisation has brought a world of ideas to our doorsteps.
by Mal Fletcher - 22/04/2014 - 3 comments
Whether you believe the Easter story or not, in a world of 'total work' the tale is otherworldly enough to disturb our notions of work and rest.
by Justine Toh - 17/04/2014 - 18 comments
Generational pressure is building and could become the driver of future political action.
by Syd Hickman - 16/04/2014 - 10 comments
Social media and other forms of digital communication provide major portals through which we establish new tribes.
by Mal Fletcher - 10/04/2014
Have we stalled in a morass of information that is so vast that we no longer have the means to examine Information to make sound decisions?
by Barry Spinks - 8/04/2014 - 5 comments
CSW debated a resolution recognising seven genders. This was unlikely to be adopted by the Australian Parliament, but it gave the impetus for the Australian Human Rights Commission to acknowledge 23 genders and Facebook is up to 50.
by Babette Francis - 7/04/2014 - 10 comments
Ofato and Eli are two of an emerging community of Pacific Islanders increasingly falling through the cracks of respectable, prosperous Australian society.
by Tanveer Ahmed - 18/03/2014 - 4 comments
Same-gender attracted is a term that he uses, not homosexual, gay or queer. For him it is a disposition that he has but he does not want it to define or prescribe who he is.
by Jamie Taylor - 14/03/2014 - 13 comments
Another relevant finding from our research on age stereotypes was this: a common reaction to the shopping experience for older people was a feeling of invisibility. Invisible customers don't buy things.
by Susan Ryan - 10/03/2014 - 12 comments

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