Director of the Australian Human Rights Institute Professor Justine Nolan joins ABC Radio National's Religion and Ethics Report to explain what happens when you give free rein to police during a pandemic.
An expert panel of health, human rights and legal scholars convened by the Australian Human Rights Institute explore how to balance rights and responsibilities amidst COVID-19 as part of this special online event.
Fifty contributors from 16 countries took part in two online workshops in June to assist with the development of the first book on the International Criminal Court using a feminist judgments methodology.
Noël Zihabamwe, with the assistance of the Australian Human Rights Institute, has filed a complaint to the United Nations Working Group on Enforced and Involuntary Disappearances in relation to the enforced disappearances of his two brothers.
The plight of a group of climate campaigning teens doing battle with a federal minister over the expansion of a coalmine made international headlines last week with a Federal Court ruling on their landmark class action.
The wave of COVID-19 sweeping India is leading some nations that have largely contained the virus to threaten their own citizens with jail time or heavy fines if they try to get home from the South Asian country.