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The Brisbane mother of a boy serving time in juvenile detention for his involvement with a gang of car thieves, shares what it’s like to have the finger of blame...
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If a teenager commits a serious offence, are they just a product of their circumstances? Gerry Lister is a tough-love youth worker who thinks teens need to know...
This is one of the most volatile streets in Lebanon - Syria Street - and here are the people who call it home. Malak Jaafar, from the International Committee of...
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Kamaia Alexander’s step-father took his own life after struggling with mental health issues after returning from a tour of duty in Afghanistan. She says support...
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"Even though most people are for it, and we have the technology, pill testing is a topic no politician is brave enough to talk about. So it’s still illegal in...
Two large-scale “eat and run” incidents in Spain have rekindled a fierce debate on the proper limits of social disobedience.
Underemployment among young people is now at its highest in the 40 years since it has been officially counted, according to a report from the Brotherhood of St...
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Polly Fletcher grew up loving AFL, but never seeing a place for herself in it. That has all changed since the introduction AFLW, something which she says has...
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A lack of support services has seen Australia’s prisons disproportionately full of Indigenous women with disabilities. They need our attention this International...
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