The religious right are in full cry, but where are the opposing voices? The age-old taboo of not questioning religion has been reasserted.
The public school classroom has become a site of perpetual material malfunction and deprivation. Meanwhile, private schools are putting on productions of Oliver Twist in $47 million theatres.
Scott Morrison’s appeal to those with a lower level of education more than compensated for his lack of appeal to highly educated Australians.
In April, the former chief justice found there was no evidence of a “freedom of speech crisis” at Australian universities. And while that should have been the end of it, the debate continues.
The Ramsay Centre suffers a critical legitimacy crisis as university student groups, including academic staff, around Australia campaign against it.
Chief Justice Robert French's review into Australian universities found no evidence of a free speech crisis on campuses. That didn't stop conservatives from reporting that it had.
Can a line be drawn between protecting free speech and protecting against false speech? This is the question of a new government review.
There are a lot of unanswered questions about the Ramsay Centre's curriculum. Chief among them: why does it expunge Jewish heritage in the formation of Western culture?