Peterloo: In 1819, the massacre of families attending a rally to hear Henry Hunt speak about parliamentary reform, took place on Peter’s Field near Manchester
Students are striking from school March 15, as they want politicians to take climate change, the biggest threat to their generation and those to come, seriously
A Higher Loyalty by James Comey is an impassioned narrative revealing how and why trust is a far better foundation than coercion, at least in a mature democracy
Ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country” are words speaking to public morality, while harnessing our highest aspirations
Snowden, a whistleblower, reminded us of how vulnerable we are if we don’t engage with, or hold to account, those in power we trust with our security and lives
To prevail in the wake of BREXIT as nations take stock on a global scale with the consequences, there will be many pluses, minuses and opportunities to be sure
Destruction of a civilian flight carrying hundreds of passengers from Amsterdam – Kuala Lumpur demands social justice safeguarding everyone’s unalienable rights
When Easter Sunday dawns for many it is more than a relief it’s a joy. Why? Because it’s about the hope of re-birth, about being allowed to have second chances
Prior to the twentieth century towers were built as symbols to the heights of material wealth and prosperity the western world had yet achieved.
The idea of a gentleman complex in its ethos, developed in Ancient Greece and was played out in spectacles such as the Olympic Games where victors became heroes
Would drafting a bill of rights highlighting the freedoms we often take for granted help 21st century Australians focus, imagine and create a future together?
For the English of the 13th century agreement of the terms and conditions of the Magna Carta was a huge step towards protecting the inalienable rights of man
The farcical power play of politicians @ Canberra on March 21 must have encouraged all Australians to evaluate what our government should be about and represent
Ancient Greek philosopher Aristotle (384-322) said it is our task to become good men, or to achieve the highest human good. But is that enough? How do we attain goodness without a sense of purpose or belief that there is something more? For centuries, when large parts of the earth…
Greek philosopher Aristotle (384-322 BCE) said it is our task to become good men, or achieve the highest human good. But is that enough? How do we attain goodness without a sense of purpose or belief there is something more? For centuries, when large parts of the earth were dominated…
In the tenth and eleventh centuries in England and Europe the landscape resembled a frontier society. Fragmented, fearful and fortified against itself the feudal system was about the lord and castle, the peasant and hut, the monk and church. Crusaders introduced the brick and decorative brickwork into England via France…