Australia

Our Glorious Unhead of State

The idea of an Australian republic is attractive to some, but there's a strong case for a humble head of state.

Harry Lehmann
Harry Lehmann
4 min read

An Australian Perspective on Abortion

The closest example of a counterfactual to Roe v. Wade is Australia, where there is a federal system with no unifying law or ruling concerning abortion.

Dara Macdonald
Dara Macdonald
11 min read

Myth-making Isn’t the Right Way to ‘Indigenise’ Our Universities

Too often, the noble goal of reconciliation is being co-opted by those seeking to invent fake histories and advance politicized narratives.

Terry Moore and Carol Pybus
Terry Moore and Carol Pybus
16 min read

When Mental Health Education Makes Us Sick

There must be more in our mental health toolkit than the language and mechanisms for self-diagnosis.

Clare Rowe
Clare Rowe
7 min read

Direct Instruction Works. So Why Is It Controversial?

In 2016, I was sitting in the classroom of a Melbourne school as Dr. Kerry Hempenstall described the early stages of a reading program. He projected a series of letters on the screen. First, he displayed an “f.” “This is an ‘f’,” he said. Then he displayed an “f” written

Greg Ashman
Greg Ashman
7 min read

A Better Way to Lead Christians Away from Intimate Partner Violence

Andrew Judd
Andrew Judd
7 min read

Why Australia Opted for AUKUS

Sean Welsh
Sean Welsh
10 min read

Podcast #166: Josh Szeps on the Myth of Australia’s COVID ‘Concentration Camps’

Quillette
Quillette