The NSW government is asking all builders to tender for projects on a five-day and six-day working week schedule as it seeks to expand the use of shorter working weeks for building staff, which it says improves work-life balance and adds little to
Director of the Australian Human Rights Institute, Professor Justine Nolan, speaks to ABC Radio National's Breakfast program about the threat to downgrade the Australian Human Rights Commission's accreditation.
The Australian Human Rights Institute has called on the Morrison government to ensure the Australian Human Rights Commission is independent and effective, following revelations that the Commission’s “A status” may be downgraded.
Human rights advocate Noël Yandamutso Zihabamwe has addressed a session of the UN Working Group on Enforced or Involuntary Disappearances to provide an update on the disappearance of his brothers in Rwanda in 2019.
A coalition of human rights organisations, church groups and academics are calling on the federal government to strengthen Australia's modern slavery laws after releasing a major new investigative report.
Australian Human Rights Institute Associate Nikki Dryden writes for The Guardian Australia on Tennis Australia's (now reversed) decision to ask two spectators to remove a banner and t-shirts that said “Where is Peng Shuai?”.