The contemporary punitive turn in Australian social security features disinvestment from actual payments made to individuals...as well as investment in punitive mutual-obligation programs such as ParentsNext.
Should we take Germaine Greer seriously?
Corporations reshaping motherhood through subsidised egg freezing
Winner of Arena Magazine's award for Best Short Story with a Political Edge, part of Sisters in Crime's Scarlet Stiletto Awards 2014
When the desire for children makes the exploitation of women OK
In the most isolated areas of Timor-Leste, women are providing a powerful counterpoint to the apparent failure of independence, write Anna Trembath and Damian Grenfell