As the world paused to mark the 20th anniversary of the Rwandan genocide on Monday, World Vision Australia chief executive TIM COSTELLO reflects,  in an article first published by The Age , on how the country has emerged from those dark days while the international community has still failed to heed its lessons...

MAL FLETCHER reflects on the lessons in leadership Nelson Mandela left behind as part of his legacy...

In an article first published in The Age newspaper, TIM COSTELLO, chief executive of World Vision Australia, writes about the situation in The Philippines in the wake of Typhoon Haiyan... 

The editor of Morning Star News writes about the recent massacre of Christians in the Syrian town of Sadad - one of the worst of the conflict...

AMANDA JACKSON, of Micah Challenge International - a supporter of the EXPOSED campaign, looks at why it's important we don't turn a blind eye to corruption...

MISHA COLEMAN, executive officer of the Australian Churches Refugee Taskforce, takes a look at recent changes to the way Australia handles asylum seekers arriving by boat and says many questions - particularly with regard to the plight of children - remain unanswered... 

Writing from London in the wake of last week's royal birth, MAL FLETCHER looks at what the future may hold for Prince George - particularly in terms of the monarch's long-standing role within the Church of England as

TIM COSTELLO, chief executive of World Vision Australia, says Australia's geographical isolation has given us a distorted view of the world...

BRUCE C WEARNE reflects on the ousting of Julia Gillard, the return of Kevin Rudd and  what recent events reveal about the state of federal politics...

JONATHAN FRERICHS, of the World Council of Churches, writes of how almost 70 governments signed the world's first Arms Trade Treaty...

LEIGH CAMERON, general manager of advocacy and church at World Vision Australia, writes about how in the lead-up to this year's World Health Assembly, Australians can help make a real difference in tackling the issue of child mortality...

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