Baptist World Aid’s Australian Ethical Consumer Report for 2023 provides a comprehensive look at the Australian consumer landscape.
Three quarters of Gen Z and 72% of Gen Y indicate they struggle spending too much time on screens and technology.
While I respect Obama in many ways, I have concerns about his popular view that ‘nobody’s hands are clean’ in the Israel-Hamas war.
The Christmas shopping season is set to kick-off with a weekend spending frenzy toward the end of November.
“There’s been an accident – you’ve lost your leg”. Joey Fry’s tragedy leads to exploration of loneliness in ‘The Great Separation’.
Since the October 7 massacre of Israelis by Hamas, the attacks on Jewish people outside of Israel have increased.
Matthew Perry’s death sobers us. It reminds us of the fleeting nature of life and the fading nature of beauty.
Young Australians are increasingly becoming ‘identity consumers,’ using their purchasing choices to express personal values and identity.
As I’ve thought about the various issues, here are 10 of my reflections on the Voice, and on the Israel situation.
Dr Catriona Wallace, journalist Tracey Spicer and Elladex CEO Shivani Gopal on how gender inequity could be exacerbated by machine learning.