Benedict Coyne attended Australia’s second universal periodic review at the UN in Geneva, as an independent observer. He shares his views about the event.
Mary Chydiriotis’s poetry evokes the emptiness of play in Australia’s detention centres.
Dr Lesley Russell examines the Impact of the 2014-15 Budget on Indigenous Programs and Services.
Right Now Editor Hector Sharp chats to Professor Steven Freeland about Space Law and human rights education.
In June this year, Right Now published a special issue on Human Rights and History. Read the entire issue here.
Right Now Editor Hector Sharp interviews Mike Smith, former UN Human Rights Commissioner and current Executive Director of UNCTED about life, terrorism and human rights education.
Elizabeth Grant and Sarah Paddick explain the need for Australian prison systems to be more responsive to the specific needs of Aboriginal women prisoners.
Tim Robertson looks at how literature crafts human rights education in Australia’s education system.
Marta Skrabracz explores the use of social media in human rights education.
Deb Mak talks to Julie Mckay, Executive Director for the National Committee for UN Women.