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Despite progress, Australian judges are pale, male and stale

Despite progress, Australian judges are pale, male and stale

The diversity of legal professionals in Australia is starting to reflect the demography of Australian society, but the same can't be said of the judiciary.

Ethics, economics and the errors of Hollywood

Ethics, economics and the errors of Hollywood

The latest Scarlett Johansson controversy is a perfect snapshot of modern Hollywood: it doesn’t operate like a public broadcaster, and will only ever do the "right" thing where it affects the bottom line.

Melbourne Press Club draws fresh claims of being closed to outsiders

Melbourne Press Club draws fresh claims of being closed to outsiders

The accusation that the Melbourne Press Club is a "bloke's club" is nothing new, but recent board elections have brought it into relief once more.

Trump’s new shock doctrine is many kinds of stupid

Trump’s new shock doctrine is many kinds of stupid

Following the recent terror attack in New York, US President Donald Trump wasted no time in blaming the green card lottery for the disaster, writes Ruby Hamad.

Forced error: Aly and allies move against deliberate ignorance in newsrooms

Forced error: Aly and allies move against deliberate ignorance in newsrooms

The launch of Media Diversity Australia, a new group calling for more balanced representation in Australian media, has highlighted once again how we have to go.

What Mark Latham didn’t say about his ‘white male privilege’ report

What Mark Latham didn’t say about his ‘white male privilege’ report

Gender and diversity training in the APS is working, but you won't hear Mark Latham say that.

Diversity just a survey away at Brolassian

Diversity just a survey away at Brolassian

Australian tech heavyweight Atlassian is brilliant at promoting itself, but not so flash at maintaining its commitment to diversity reporting.

Half of ABC staff don’t think Aunty lives up to its values

Half of ABC staff don’t think Aunty lives up to its values

Asked for their say on the public broadcaster, ABC staff let rip.

Waleed Aly not diverse enough for Gold Logie, says white lady journo

Waleed Aly not diverse enough for Gold Logie, says white lady journo

Lee Lin Chin and Waleed Aly have been nominated for Gold Logies, which is ridiculous because we need more diversity on TV, says The Daily Telegraph. Yeah, we don't really get it either.

Fifield’s weak media changes help the billionaires, do little for the bush

Fifield’s weak media changes help the billionaires, do little for the bush

Despite the hype, the government's media ownership reforms are relatively modest. And history shows they're not likely to successful mergers. Bernard Keane and Glenn Dyer write.