Cissy grew up seeing her elders fighting for the rights of Aboriginal people - and she is now one of many leading this fight.
Violence in the African countries of Nigeria, Niger, Chad and Cameroon, has forced 2.7 million people to flee their homes. Millions are going hungry, with thousands already expected to have died.
In a few days, the global community will meet in New York to talk refugees — and Prime Minister Turnbull will be there. This is Australia's chance to make a real difference to people seeking safety.
Hunger affects one in nine people around the world. And thankfully, there are things each of us can do, even at school. Things that tie-in with who we are, our interests, and the people we meet. We just need to think laterally.
For our Pacific Island neighbours, climate change is a matter of survival. At the same time, they are lighting the way to a brighter future with smart climate solutions and bold leadership. As these inspiring quotes by the leaders of Pacific nations show, it’s time Australia followed their lead. Hilda Heine, President of the Marshall […]
With a record 65 million people currently displaced around the world, it’s easy to forget we’re talking about real people facing real danger. These are the stories of just five refugee children and their families. Ordinary people forced to make extraordinary choices as they flee war, violence and persecution.
There's more than one way to give with Oxfam. Jessi is one of Oxfam's many volunteers who are using their professional skills to help people living in poverty around the world. Find out how you can too.
With just four kilometres separating us, Papua New Guinea (PNG) is Australia’s closest neighbour. And last year, millions of people in PNG were facing hunger, thirst and disease on our doorstep
Ordinary people are performing extraordinary acts in the hope of a better life for their families. Worldwide, more than 65 million people have been forced to flee their homes to be free from conflict, violence and persecution. This includes around half the Syrian population.
Where have we arrived after 25 years, more than 400 recommendations, and an eight-week election campaign?
Over recent years there have been some positive developments on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander rights and justice within Australia.