Osman Faruqi

Could Joe Biden be Australia’s wake up call?

What the new US President-elect means for Australia

Who’s to blame for Australia’s second wave? If only it were that simple

Jenny Mikakos has resigned as Victoria’s health minister. But the problems that the state’s hotel quarantine program face are structural, and enduring

OneFour: “We’re evolving. We’ve gone through things that have changed our music”

Police might not let them perform and most of their number are behind bars, but OneFour continue to blaze a trail as Australia’s most exciting rap group today – and the world is taking notice

Blaming young people for spreading Covid-19 isn’t just wrong – it’s dangerous

Well, not really, but that hasn’t stopped the youth in Australia from being blamed for spreading the virus

This second lockdown is a chance to fix the mistakes that got us here

Better care for marginalised communities and frontline workers, a more robust quarantine system, and not blaming residents – some of the ways that the Government can learn from its missteps that led to Lockdown 2.0

STEM sells? Why the Australian government needs to rethink its shake-up of higher education

Making humanities degrees more expensive is not the answer

From the pandemic to Black Lives Matter, Australia needs to reckon with its obsession with policing

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has said we can’t draw an “equivalence” between the US and Australia on the issue of racial discrimination in the criminal justice system. He’s right. It’s worse here

How the Government ended up with an extra $60billion (and what it should do with it)

On the JobKeeper gaffe, providing for casual and migrant workers, and why human beings aren't a hot tub you build on your roof