Cecily McNeill | 09 November 2018
For the past almost 60 years, West Papuans have been subject to bashings, torture, murder, economic hardship, social marginalisation and cultural deprivation at the hands of the Indonesian military. The original inhabitants of the western half of the second largest island in the world are fighting for their lives.
Cecily McNeill | 10 October 2018
Australia’s drought situation has become extreme and life-threatening in the 230 years since European settlement destroyed Aboriginal pasture lands. Summers on the continent have grown increasingly hot and dry with the Australian Bureau of Meteorology report for the year so far saying the weather has been “exceptionally dry over the mainland southeast, with significant rainfall deficiencies continuing to affect large areas of eastern Australia