Fido has no android, but he can read faces
Fragile students keep pets while their peers tippy tap on palmtops.
The best places in the world to die
It's not necessarily about the amount a money a country has.
If only we could ask Euripides about refugees
How did the ancient Greeks treat their refugees?
Global poverty falls
And yet the global population continues to rise...
Made in Finland: Childcare help for all families
This is the 'Nordic model' to follow, not Sweden's daycare monoculture.
Teen sex linked to dating violence
Research shows that teen dating violence is most prevalent in relationships that involve illicit sexual relations.
The burden of free speech
Can we sustain this “terrible magnanimity and patience”?
Religion does matter
Persecuted Syrian minorities deserve protection
Catholic synod gets underway
Pope Francis launches three-week deliberation of marriage and the family in Rome.
Healing a culture which has forgotten how to love
Sydney's Catholic Archbishop reveals his hopes for the Synod of Bishops in Rome.
Defamation law must catch up with internet age
Any blogger who linked to a website held to contain defamatory material—whether the blogger knew the fact or not—could be…
Mother confronts youth entitlement
An antidote to the "me" generation.
Canadian seniors outnumber children for first time ever
Is Canada ready for the change?
Android apps to control your teen’s brain?
Kids should just be kept too busy to need this stuff anyway.
The UN’s sustainable development agenda and the family
The family remains a fundamental agent in all development.
Germany: population growth by immigration
But can immigration adequately compensate for a below-replacement birthrate?
Philanthropy: loving mankind or loving people?
A new book questions the vogue for "effective altruism"
The Sustainable Development Goals: Infographic
The UN has approved a development programme for the next 15 years.
WWII veteran’s return surprises family
Henry believes his father is a war hero.
Let’s get this straight. A man cannot give birth.
And that, dear reader, is not a transphobic statement.
‘He’s no burden, he’s our baby boy’
A little boy born without most of his brain defies the odds.
The limits of consent
Consent only has value when it is based on knowledge of what is truly good for us.
Parenting in space and time
Time is the most important thing we can give our children.
Denmark: Do it for Mum!
Another attempt to get Danes to travel more and thus, conceive more...
Ban the cell phone monster from normal conversation
Everywhere we go, people tippy tap devices, paying little attention to the people who surround them.