UNSW Sydney academics and researchers from diverse fields explore the potential of the Australian Human Rights Institute.
A conference on 2-3 December 2020 will mark 25 years since the Fourth World Conference on Women, held in Beijing in 1995.
New research will contribute to policies and initiatives that are better targeted to assist in outbreaks of COVID-19 and future pandemics.
Health experts and advocates warn that COVID-19 could be devastating within the confined spaces of prisons.
Four ways the Religious Discrimination Bill 2019 affects women’s rights to reproductive healthcare.
A new special issue of Human Rights Defender magazine is available online today.
A new online portal and weekly newsletter will monitor the human rights impacts of COVID-19.
UNSW Law student Sharon Choi interviewed Shahleena Musk from the Human Rights Law Centre about the campaign to #RaiseTheAge.
Project 5 will investigate how existing work practices impact the health and wellbeing of construction workers and their families.
A new generation of activists has emerged in response to climate change. How can we distinguish this wave from those that came before?