By Nicholas Adams-Dzierzba At the Australian Center for Photography in Sydney’s Paddington, an exhibition about the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan has a different point of view from the sort of shots you would usually see. Having spent the better part of a decade on the front lines embedded with American troops, Australian conflict photographer Ashley…
Following the Government dropping changes to Section 18C of the Racial Discrimination Act Freedom Press spoke to a local comedian about laughing in the face of racism.
Voices for the environment and climate action are hearing a chilling message: stop challenging government policy or have your charitable status revoked. Freedom Press asks, should advocacy groups be given financial tax breaks?
By Alison Potter
The media is apoplectic over new laws that hand extraordinary powers to the government and spy agencies while preventing proper scrutiny of them. It’s the pinnacle of FP’s 12 reasons why Australia’s press freedom is heading south.
History tells us that the life of the Frances Abbott scholarship whistleblower will be changed forever because of her decision to speak out.