On January 22 the possession and facilitation of nuclear weapons will be prohibited by international law, however, Australia has at every stage of the law’s process shown its unwillingness to create an anti-nuclear world.
Dr. Sangeetha Pillai writes about the story of Zaki Haidari and how he got caught up in Australia’s ‘legacy caseload’ legal limbo.
How can we bring together people, who appear to be increasingly divided, be it along geographical, ideological, national, religious or cultural boundaries, to achieve global sustainability, equity, and enhance human rights?
How will automation and globalisation affect the way we work in the future?
As Bangladesh’s monsoon season approaches, the lives of more than 870,000 refugees depend on swift action. What will our leaders do?
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.
In an age of rising corporate power, Harry Aitken discusses new ways to hold private companies to account for human rights violations.
Right Now speaks to Julie McKay, Executive Director of the Australian National Committee for UN Women, on critical gender issues facing Australia and the Pacific region.
Sexual violence was commonly used as a weapon of war by the Khmer Rouge regime. Emma Palmer and Sarah Williams explore how the ECCC prosecute these crimes.
The world’s refugee crises cannot be resolved without political action. It’s time for political leaders to take responsibility for the world’s displaced, writes Refugees International’s Jeff Crisp.