We’ve reviewed three documentaries from the upcoming Melbourne Queer Film Festival that highlight important human rights issues.
Poet Anne Collins considers the impact of conflict zones throughout the world.
Parliament shouldn’t use the NT Royal Commission as a reason to sit on its hands.
Hard to Believe is a film that seeks to bring global attention to a massive human rights issue being ignored the world over.
Katherine Brown speaks to Aliya Hussain from the Guantanamo Global Justice Initiative at the NY Center for Constitutional Rights.
The incarceration of Indigenous Australians with mental health and cognitive problems is societal neglect.
Australia needs to adopt an active, bipartisan approach that will contribute to the global abolition of capital punishment.
People who have been wrongfully convicted are being helped through The Bridge of Hope Innocence Initiative.
Mark Isaacs creatively retells the story of one young asylum seeker, Sameer, drawing on his time spent working inside Australia’s detention centres.
Australia must take the lead in opposing capital punishment in Asia. But how? What kind of role should we play? Former Reprieve intern Fia Hamid-Walker helps us to answer these questions.
Treating injustice as a whole concept, I Am A Miracle questions humanity, what it is to be human, law, and its role in justice.
A new law giving police in the Northern Territory the power to perform “paperless arrests” has serious consequences for the rights of Indigenous Australians.