Rob Gilchrist reviews A Rightful Place: A Road Map to Recognition, a collection of essays aiming to shed light on issues of importance to Indigenous Australians.
East Timor and Australia will sign a maritime boundary agreement tomorrow, putting their long-running border dispute to rest.
On the last day of sitting in 2017 the government introduced sweeping changes to Australia’s secrecy laws that have huge implications for our democracy.
How can the legal system grapple with #MeToo, the movement that has sparked outrage and calls for justice around the world?
During Senate estimates in October last year, the Australian government dug further into the deep and dark moral abyss in which it is stuck in relation to the existential threat posed by nuclear weapons. In questioning by Tasmanian Labor Senator Lisa Singh, DFAT Assistant Secretary Richard Sadleir sought to explain the circumstances in which under […]
Australian foreign correspondent Peter Greste’s memoir, The First Casualty, provides a stark reminder of the importance of a free, independent media.
Under the Same Sky details the tragic story of Mojgan Shamsalipoor and Milad Jafari.
As Australia legislates marriage equality, are our anti-discrimination protections at risk of being peeled back?
Does the violence and conflict in Myanmar’s Rakhine State amount to war crimes, or crimes against humanity?
Shireen Morris responds to the government’s rejection of the proposal for a national Indigenous representative body.
Noted barrister and human rights advocate Julian Burnside calls for a fairer legal system in his latest book, Watching Out: Reflections on Justice and Injustice.
Ali MC takes us inside the Tribunal as witnesses retell the atrocities and human rights abuses suffered by the Rohingya people.