Read commentary, opinion editorials and explainers from Australian Human Rights Institute staff and associates

Institute Associate Dr Bridget Haire explains if we should be worried about monkeypox in Australia and looks at what can be done to educate against discrimination and protect vulnerable groups during any outbreak.

Dr Briony Lipton, Professor Rae Cooper and Dr Meraiah Foley explore the future of work for women in the retail and legal industries, which are now experiencing rapid work intensification and technological change, driven by increased digitalisation, workplace fissuring, and employment flexibilisation. 

Professor Jacinta Ruru, the first Maori Professor of Law in her country, looks at the recognition in some legal quarters of not just the human rights of Indigenous peoples in the collective sense, but also their embodied ancestors in lands and waters.