Australian cities' celebrated 'liveability' is being hoarded by a lucky few. Until we focus on growing urban disparity, this won't change for generations.
How are millennials supposed to keep believing in hard work and 'food dreams' when those with real power keep cooking the books?
Crikey readers discuss Australian politics' millennial problem, and the delusion of the business class in Australia.
We asked young Australians across the political spectrum for their views.
Welcome to Side View — a curated guide to new and overlooked content on politics, policy, and public affairs. This week: Amazon is leaving New York, maps and legends in space, how quantum mechanics became part of life's rich pageant, and the strange currencies of millennial socialism.
“Political correctness” has begun to signify very little. It can now mean almost any cultural change to which one objects.
There is a need to challenge those who would have us view current economic and social transformation through the lens of generational conflict, writes Per Capita research fellow Philip Taylor.
Last week, Helen Razer accepted an invitation to a Millennial Marketing conference in Melbourne’s Federation Square and, no, she doesn’t know how her name got on their list, either.
Liberal feminism seems largely incapable of making the calculations necessary to explain gender attitudes post-Trump.