Child-engaged research can facilitate new ways of listening to and supporting children as we move toward and through post-pandemic recovery.
Young people might take on a lot of debt without considering its consequences for their older years. A philosopher makes a case for laws to limit that debt as a duty toward self.
Researchers are imagining what the world might look like in 2048 — and the new forms of inequality and injustice that might exist.
For many Americans, law and order has long been as much a private matter as something for the government to handle.
We have seen our ability to act in alignment with public health measures during the pandemic. People’s everyday actions could also make a difference in addressing systemic injustice.
One person’s stockpiling can mean another one’s shortage. A philosopher reminds us of our social and moral obligations at this time.
Television series Stateless examines our treatment of asylum seekers through ‘people like us’. It also highlights how far conditions for people transferred to offshore detention have deteriorated.
New research investigates how music helps healing from trauma and dealing with violence and repression in Papua and West Papua.
The reported number of deaths of people campaigning to protect the environment has tripled over a 15 year period.
Poorer countries can now refuse shipments of plastic waste and slow the build-up of pollution on their shores.
Some parents were recently charged with paying bribes for their children’s admission to top colleges. Religious thought can help us understand what drives such greed and also provide ethical guidance.
As people say thanks to those who are turning up for work without being paid, an expert explains what true gratitude really means.
Educators must work to ensure inclusion with diverse student bodies, yet it seems inevitable that in today’s world, talking about identity issues can be risky and emotional. So how to move forward?
An expert explains why a recent plan to include a question about citizenship in the 2020 census is unjust, both for citizens and noncitizens.
America’s understanding of justice may be compromised, which is a more fundamental issue than enforcing the law.
Humans aren’t alone in wanting to take revenge – some animals like to get their own back too.
We want our children to flourish. To ensure that they do, we need to help them develop their sense of good and evil, justice and injustice. Engaging in politics is crucial to this development.
Sometimes people like poetic justice because the law is not in a position to mete out what is deserved.
Like many cities, Manchester can demonstrate strength through diversity, but must face down the forces that would see it divided.
The mind and body can be linked in mysterious ways ...