The Victorian Government has plans to demolish all 44 public housing towers across Melbourne by 2051. But are the human rights of public housing tenants being properly considered?
Tyberius Larking’s journey of his own understanding of solidarity is remarkably timely and is beautifully distilled in reflections of his Mirning Country.
Civilians should never be a target of war, terrorism or violence. The international community, including the Australian Government, must call for an immediate humanitarian ceasefire.
Are historically colonial powers are best placed to ‘solve’ the problem of climate change, which they started in the first place?
The Yoorrook Justice Commission has handed down its historic interim report. Victorians and the Government must listen – and act.
Australian governments have quietly worked to prevent people seeking asylum from taking safer journeys by air.
Lucy Norton compassionately reflects on living through the 2022 Lismore Floods and how colonial frameworks misplace our grief in light of climate events.
Southern Arrente and Arabana person Lauren Scott highlights how climate change impacts intangible cultural property such as language.
Law has emerged as one the key battlegrounds of the Climate Crisis. As the world heats up, so too have many courtrooms around the world as activists try to hold governments and companies to account for their greenhouse gas emissions
The right to a healthy environment is recognised in over 150 countries and is gaining traction in Australia. At the international level, the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) recently adopted a resolution recognising that all people have the right to a clean, healthy and sustainable environment
In a historical resolution on 28 July 2022, the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) formally recognised the right to a clean, healthy and sustainable environment as a human right. This declaration followed United Nations Human Rights Council (HRC) resolution 48/13 of 8 October 2021 that earlier recognized the right to a healthy environment as a human right