The Australian Journal of Human Rights has published a conversation with award-winning writer Behrouz Boochani.
The Free and Equal conference reminded everyone in the room of the importance of protecting human rights in today’s world.
A group of young people from Boston and Sydney has developed a manifesto of ideas to address critical human rights challenges.
A Bill of Rights would promote the protection of human rights by clarifying the rights held by all Australians, student Zak Vidor Staub writes.
The Australian Human Rights Institute will cooperate with Asia Centre on conferences, seminars and workshops.
A new initiative responds to the need to effectively monitor how countries are meeting human rights benchmarks in their jurisdiction.
A special issue of The Australian Journal of Human Rights looks at the Optional Protocol to the Convention Against Torture (OPCAT).
The Innovate Rights conference will explore innovative approaches and new platforms to secure accountability for human rights violations.
A look at the human rights impacts of this year’s Federal Budget, particularly in terms of business and foreign aid, health and gender justice.
The push for Australian states to adopt individual bills or charters of rights is increasing in the absence of protection from a Bill of Rights.