Erin McGinty offers an explainer on the theory and recent practice of military interventions in the name of human rights protection
Must-see documentary, Utopia, is a damning account of successive Australian governments’ failure to address apartheid-style treatment of Indigenous communities, writes Maya Borom.
There is scope across the board for the Australian government to place a far stronger emphasis on human rights in its relationship with PNG, writes Jonathan Schultz.
By James Petty. The question of human rights in relation to coercive treatment for substance use is, unsurprisingly, complicated. The concept of “addiction” exists within a complex web of legal categories, medical science, social values and cultural practices, all of which work to colour the way we view these issues. In 2010 the Victorian parliament […]