In an article first published on The Conversation, academics ATAL AHMADZAI and FATEN GHOSN say that five months after the Taliban again took power in Afghanistan, a clearer image of the human rights and personal freedoms situation is emerging...

In an article published on The Conversation, DALE DOMINEY-HOWES, professor of hazards and disaster risk science at the University of Sydney, looks at what events on Tonga reveal about the risks to global communication systems...

JESSICA HEIGES and KATE O'NEILL, of the University of California, explain - in an article first published on The Conversation - the concept of 'wishcycling'...

MEREDITH WRIGHT, of Baptist World Aid Australia, says the case of Novak Djokovic has shone a renewed light on those held in Australian immigration detention...

Ahead on Martin Luther King Jr Day held in the US on 17th January, ANTHONY SIRACUSA, senior director of inclusive culture and initiatives at the University of Colorado Boulder, looks - in an article from The Conversation, at took his campaign for civil rights beyond US borders...

In an article first published on The Conversation, academics YAN-HO LAI and YUEN CHAN look at how old laws are being employed in the crackdown on media outlets in Hong Kong...

Desmond Tutu biographer MICHAEL BATTLE, in an article published on Religion News Service, looks at the life and legacy of the South African activist and archbishop...

ELLIS HEASLEY, of UK-based religious freedom advocacy CSW, says that while the release of nine members of the Church of Iran is a welcome development, the situation for many Christians and other religious or belief minorities in Iran remains "highly concerning"...

In an article published on Religion News Service, CHERYL TOWNSEND GILKES, a professor of African American studies and sociology, pastor and author ,  says the frightening realities exposed on that day should have our constant attention...

In an article first published on The Conversation, SARA TORSNER, a post-doctoral research fellow at the University of Sheffield's Centre for Freedom of the Media, says the rising incidence of attacks on journalists sends a "worrying signal" about media freedom...

EBOO PATEL, founder and president of US-based Interfaith Youth Core, says the very people who have been subject to the worst of the United States have embodied its best...

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