Results for tag:Australia
|Date:||05 November 2013|
Recent tragic drownings on migration routes to both Europe and Australia highlight more than ever the paradoxes of globalization – more open borders when it comes to trade and finance, tighter restrictions when it comes to people; immense wealth, privilege...
Saving lives – but which ones? Life, belonging and postsecular possibilities in contemporary asylum politics
|Date:||23 May 2013|
In today’s post, Erin Wilson reflects on the recent decision by the Australian parliament to excise its territory from its migration zone, what this means for how we value life, how we belong and how both religious and secular perspectives can help us rethink...