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Buen Vivir: South America’s rethinking of the future we want
In Latin America, proponents of Buen Vivir are ready to influence global debates on sustainable development by fuelling ideals that other worlds and futures are indeed possible.
UWS expands commitment to Indigenous education
UWS is broadening its commitment to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander education by appointing leading academic Professor Lisa Jackson Pulver to a key leadership role.
Islam: the ‘Open Civilisation’ confounds closed minds
Religions are not themselves living phenomena that move through time; they are moved by the people who interpret core religious texts and participate through the religions to which they belong.
Open Forum: Michael Kirby discusses North Korea and the UN response
The Chair of the UN Commission on North Korea Michael Kirby AC CMG will outline the impact of a landmark report on the secretive regime.
Push for MH17 tribunal likely to fail; international law expert
Calls to establish a new international criminal tribunal to investigate the shooting down of MH17 one year ago are likely to fail, according to an international law expert.
Muslims need to counter the claims of violent jihadists
A struggle is underway for the heart and soul of Islam. At its core is a question of credibility. What is the “true” Islam, and who are the “real” Muslims?