by JESSIE ZHANG – TRADITIONAL notions of a family – comprising a mother, a father and their kids – are being redefined, according to a recent survey of nearly 6000 Australians. The research reveals a society embracing an evolving concept of family,…
TASLIMA Nasrin is a Bangladeshi-Swedish writer, physician, feminist and secular humanist.
She is known for her writing on women’s oppression and criticism of religion, despite forced exile and multiple fatwas calling for her death.
by AUGUSTO ZIMMERMANN – WHILE the Australian legal tradition cannot lay claim to the historical depth it has in the United States; it was nevertheless built on solid religious foundations. The island nation has remarkable Christian influences – starting with the first…
AUSTRALIAN atheists are more than twice as likely as Christians to support socialist policies according to a recent Newspoll survey. The survey, published in The Australian newspaper on December 26, reveals that the two groups are among the nation’s most polarised in their political views.
ALMOST 60 per cent of Australians who support Left-leaning political Parties claim no religion, according to the lastest Newspoll.
Supporters of Leftist political Parties are typically young, female, non-religious and paid marginally less while similarly educated to centre-right supporters.