Australian Human Rights Institute Director, Professor Justine Nolan, tells Al Jazeera the latest UN report means it's not possible for any state, business or individual to have plausible deniability about human rights abuses in Xinjiang.
Director of the Australian Human Rights Institute, Professor Justine Nolan, tells ABC News that allegations in a new UN report were in the category of the most significant and serious human rights violations.
Director of the Australian Human Rights Institute, Professor Justine Nolan, speaks to the ABC's This Week program about the integrity scandal in NSW and how to restore public faith in political appointments.
The Australian Human Rights Institute, The Human Rights Law Centre, and Amnesty International Australia have welcomed the introduction of a proposed law that would help ensure the Australian Human Rights Commission is independent and effective.
The Australian Journal of Human Rights will publish a special issue that aims to contribute to the critical turn in human rights scholarship through an exploration of the everyday experience and practice of human rights at the margins.
Leading human rights barrister Jennifer Robinson has questioned whether Rwanda is fit to host the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting after the disappearance of family members of Australian human rights activist Noel Zihabamwe.
Former Canadian Olympic swimmer and Australian Human Right Institute Associate Nikki Dryden speaks to ABC RN Breakfast about a decision by swimming's world governing body regarding transgender athletes.