Semiti Qalowasa discusses his story, the challenges facing Fiji’s informal settlements, and his experiences working with the People’s Community Network.
Browsing: Social Justice & Economics
Paul O’Callaghan of Caritas Australia describes the current policy on foreign aid of Australia’s major political parties, and what we can do about it.
Daniel Nour chats to former immigration worker Josie Young about her experiences in detention centres, and what we can do to help refugees in Australia.
Daniel Nour speaks to Count Douglas Saurma from the Order of Malta about how the Order assists refugees, and the best ways to deal with associated issues.
Daniel Nour speaks to renowned barrister and human rights activist Julian Burnside about the Australian Government’s treatment of refugees in recent times.
In the first episode of this brand new series, Qwayne takes us through some of the basic principles of Catholic social teaching: human dignity, the common good, solidarity, subsidiarity and the option for the poor.
Dr Robert Tilley speaks on a need for sympathy for the allure of prosperity doctrine, how we can avoid leading people down this path, and how the problems we experience may not be our fault.