There is a campaign in Australia to make people more caring. In practical terms, to double the amount given to charity by 2030.
When you have an election where one side has been in power for nine years, and appears to have run out of plans, and the other side fear any plan could lose them the election, you are left with nothing but personalities.
It is extremely common today to find academic research papers that present men in a negative stereotypical manner and for the media to publish articles based on the findings of that particular research.
Reciprocity, compassion, and respect are the bedrock of morality and the foundation of community welfare.
A few years earlier Wilton had given a speech to parliament pointing out that group most likely to commit suicide in this country were men like him – adult males struggling with marital separation.
For young people, the metaverse will create real dangers - in the form of sexual abuse, financial scams and harmful social interactions.
The problem for Liberals pursuing the issue of bullying is that it resonates with their enemies, not their supporters.
Could Australian governments be laying the foundation for a repressive ruler?
School, in my view, is the basic training camp for femaleshic who are either bullies or are to become bullies.
To a parliament-employed workplace trainer (are politicians trainable animals?), Kitching also complained of bullying.
How come the life of this young father is considered expendable whilst most fit, capable Ukrainian women are being hastily shipped off, out of harm's way?
When postmodern preoccupations, progressive politics and public health collide, the result is always ugly, especially when this toxic creature campaigns under the vaunting promise of 'saving lives'.