Universities and Lawyers Setting Up Abuse Victims in Australia

A notable quote from below:

“…Fellow student and established psychologist Luciana Cruz and I fought Bond University for a year.  We submitted complaints to every relevant organisation including the Australian Human Rights Commission.  The AHRC upheld my complaint of disability discrimination and harassment and sexual harassment throughout their entire process.  But the… Continue reading

Nationalism and/or Unity in India? What is the Peace that Passeth all Understanding?

I just discovered this academic on YouTube.  I don’t know anything about him but was noticing his energy in arguing and defending. I will not find out about him as I wish to present this in a neutral perspective, I have no vested interest.  I am listening to see if a person will… Continue reading

Human Rights Law Centre We Must Stand Together

This message is not only about politics, it is about any person or organisation that models disrespect, inequality, indifference and control.  That is the essence of the message from the Human Rights Law Centre.  This message is to lawyers who speak of fairness but do not live it.  Lawyers do not have… Continue reading

Charting a New Course of REAL HOPE for the Future of Infinite Possibility

I felt inspired to write about the future from the future looking back.  The wonder of poetry I can time travel in my heart envisaging REAL HOPE


Charting a New Course of REAL HOPE for the Future of Infinite Possibility


I am in the future looking back,

Full Spectrum Dominance was barely… Continue reading

Oxford Blavatnik School of Governance Leaders of Tomorrow?

What is leadership?  What works?  Can anyone be a leader or do they have to be trained and groomed to gain access to leadership positions?  One leader told me management/leadership was about genetics (to my surprise). Do we want leaders sourced from the same universities or do we recruit on merit and… Continue reading

Human Rights Watch 2018: Frontal Attack On Values of Inclusivity, Tolerance, and Respect

The values that lie at the heart of human rights are values of inclusivity, tolerance, and respect. The word ‘intolerable’ comes to mind.  Our attitude towards human rights turns inward.

We will not understand the importance of these values until our own human rights are violated. Only then does empathy arise.


World… Continue reading

Mohandas Gandhi

“An eye for an eye only ends up making the whole world blind.”