The Sydney Morning Herald's Caitlin Fitzsimmons reports on the findings of the research from the Australian Human Rights Institute at UNSW Sydney, with comments from lead investigator and Institute Associate, Professor Michael Salter.
The first nationally representative research into the prevalence of child sexual offending behaviours and attitudes has shed unprecedented light on sexually abusive behaviours and feelings among Australian men.
A referendum in Australia on October 14 is an important opportunity for Australians to enshrine a First Nations Voice in the country’s constitution, Human Rights Watch and the Australian Human Rights Institute at UNSW, Sydney said today.
Australia’s looming and timely review of the Modern Slavery Act will have implications that will impact upon the legal profession as well as general consumer sentiment, writes Professor Justine Nolan in LawyersWeekly.
Australian Human Rights Institute Research Fellow Dr Allison Henry spoke to ABC News about calls from students and safety advocates for the federal government to take immediate and substantial action to curtail sexual violence at universities.
Three-quarters of Australia’s universities are not perceptibly reporting sexual violence on campus despite their promises to be transparent, as advocates demand an end to universities regulating themselves when it came to sexual harm.
The fourth and final publication in a collaborative research project between nine academic and civil society organisations has been released today, providing guidance for businesses on core aspects of human rights due diligence and how to strength
Director of the Australian Human Rights Institute, Professor Justine Nolan, spoke with the ABC's PM program about a new report which shows one-in-six migrants are paid less than the national minimum wage.