Research shows that religion can have a positive impact on society in terms of better health, less crime and a stronger economy.
When it comes to teaching Indigenous students, Australia could learn much from New Zealand.
In 38 US cities, hate crimes rose 12 percent in 2017. There were 1,038 hate crimes in the nation’s 10 largest cities – the most in more than a decade.
Viewers are taking to Twitter to display their prejudice about Islanders' accents.
New research shows that LGB people living in communities with low levels of stigma report better health and well-being.
A sociologist dressed men of different races in the same clothes – and then dispatched them to nightclubs across Texas to see what would happen.
The data you create when using the internet can actually be used to discriminate against you.
Examples from Ireland and New Zealand show that, unless determined measures are taken, masculine political cultures will ensure the gender imbalance remains.
The Trump administration wants to privatize more of the federal bureaucracy. New research suggests this can lead to discrimination in essential government services.
A linguistic equality expert argues the case for protecting the Welsh from prejudice.
The hostile environment that marginalised people find themselves in serves as a source of constant stress.
After thousands of women spoke out against sexual harassment, scholars asked, does harassment affect women's health? Their findings suggest that it does.
The big four accounting firms' brands are grounded in their histories. But looking into their past reveals many stories of discrimination.
France's answer to #MeToo was #BalanceTonPorc -- "denounce your pig". An analysis of the idioms linking to sex and pigs provides some insights into why the hashtag hit home.
Where people live in the US is still often influenced by racial discrimination. Is the federal government doing enough to carry out the vision of the civil rights era legislation?
There is a long, dishonourable history of detrimental policy going back to the 15th century.
The Mark Lamberti case shows that South African business suffers from deeply rooted racial prejudices.
New Queensland trains and the treatment of athletes on planes show progress on disability discrimination hasn't extended beyond the Games.
Safe spaces are fundamentally at odds with the rigorous intellectual exchange central to the idea of a university.
Academia is not immune to gender bias. One way to see this in action is to observe who asks questions during conferences -- and men appear to ask more than women.