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For decades now, the conversation around asylum seekers and refugees in Australia has been littered with falsities. It's time to rethink the words we use on the topic of seeking asylum.

AUSSIE poster by Peter Drew

An interview with Adelaide street artist Peter Drew, the man who’s daring Australians to rethink what it means to be an Aussie.

Exploring Indonesia

Explore Indonesia, the ethical way, with this beginner's guide to volunteering abroad.

Clean water in India

Make a difference every time you buy household basics from these ingenious social enterprises.

Dark prison cell

Three decades on from the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody, what lessons have we learned? Is Australia’s media and criminal justice system broken?

Prison Songs

The role of incarceration in Australian society is difficult to grasp fully, given that these stories are, in most cases, never heard in any great detail, if not merely ignored. Prison Songs seeks to rectify this dilemma.

A family recipe of hope from the Harasta foothills

An interview with Academy-Award winning filmmaker Eva Orner, a woman who won’t settle for government secrecy.

Latest Edition

Welcome to Edition 7 of AM-UNITY Magazine! In this issue, we turn the spotlight on Indigenous justice, refugee rights, social enterprise and ethical travel. Inside you’ll find interviews with street artist Peter Drew and Academy Award-winning filmmaker Eva Orner. In a bid to change the conversation, we take a closer look at how the language used to discuss refugees influences attitudes. Singer-songwriter Aden Brim contemplates the healing power of music for Indigenous communities, a theme further explored in our poignant review of documentary Prison Songs. In this edition, we also...

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