Peace. It is (or was) everywhere. But what does it mean? And do we still actually want it?
The words ‘zan, zendegi, azadi’, when chanted after one another, reverberate through Iran and land like daggers at the feet of those who restrict our freedoms. But if Mahsa Amini gave her life for this fight, what have we done to leave our mark?
What makes two documentary artists leave Sydney for the frontlines of war time and time again, and how do they make art out of destruction?
We have a responsibility to stare conflict in the face. To ruthlessly critique the injustices that feed into and result from war, to resist complacency.
The continued colonial occupation of Western Sahara is rife with state-sanctioned human rights abuses, brutality, and ethnic cleansing. Still, within the state, resistance thrives.
With air raids on the horizon, USyd dug its way to safety.
On the links between armed conflict and resource extraction.
Many USyd students from both past and present have faced compulsory military service
The war in Syria encompasses two different conflicts: one on the ground, and one for control of the narrative
Letting go of dreams is sometimes braver than holding on