Ali MC

Ali MC

Ali MC is a freelance writer and photographer based in Melbourne, Australia. He holds a Masters in Human Rights Law, and covers both domestic and international stories.

Environment

How Australia's Indigenous people can help the country fight fire

Fire plays a central role in indigenous life and could hold the key to better management of bushfires in Australia.

How Australia's Indigenous people can help the country fight fire

Rohingya

New Rohingya book tells of the 'slow burn of genocide'

First, They Erased Our Name is a pioneering book detailing the personal account of a Rohingya under the Myanmar regime.

New Rohingya book tells of the 'slow burn of genocide'

Australia

Crisis of Aboriginal women in prison in Australia

Aboriginal women are the largest cohort of prisoners in Australia, despite making up only 2 percent of the population.

Crisis of Aboriginal women in prison in Australia

Asia Pacific

East Timor: Between hope and unease 20 years after referendum

Almost half of the nation's 1.3 million population lives below poverty level while over 40 percent remains illiterate.

East Timor: Between hope and unease 20 years after referendum

Aboriginal Australians

'It never ends': Trauma of Australia's 'stolen' children

On the 11th anniversary of Australia's apology to the 'Stolen Generations', two survivors reflect on their experiences.

'It never ends': Trauma of Australia's 'stolen' children

Indigenous rights

Australia Day: Invasion Day protests in Melbourne

To many Aboriginal people the day signifies the beginning of genocide and systemic oppression.

Australia Day: Invasion Day protests in Melbourne