Perspective, a new journal of youth writing on international affairs and domestic policy

Perspective Journal Cover

The United Nations Youth Association of Australia (UNYA) is proud to launch Perspective, a new journal of youth writing on international affairs and domestic policy. Perspective aims to provide an outlet for the views of young people who have a unique perspective and an intrinsically fresh approach to a range of global issues. Perspective volunteer managers, editors and designers have high hopes: wanting it to become the cornerstone of youth opinion and intellect.

The new issue is jam-packed with some incredible articles that were handpicked from approximately 80 submissions. Each article offers the reader a highly intelligent and inventive approach to some of the most complex problems our world faces today, such as climate change, human rights, war crimes, child prostitution and gender issues.

Individual articles and the whole journal are available to download from the UNYA Australia Site

These are the example articles from the current Winter edition:

  • Coffee, Laneways & Child Prostitution: Eradicating Melbourne’s Hidden Shame
  • Accessing Clean Safe Water in Africa: Privatisation and the World Bank
  • State Failure in the Pacific: Howard Versus Rudd
  • “Women’s Rights are Human Rights” Rhetoric Vs. Reality
  • Climate Change and You: How is the Human Rights Discourse Informing Climate Change Policy?
  • Slow Justice or No Justice? Sexual Violence During the Rwandan Genocide
  • Louise McMorland, Youth Librarian, Manly Library

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