The research will investigate how technology and related policies around data privacy and use can be used to enhance the safety of individuals
This report presents findings from research investigating why policies and strategies to attract, retain and support the progression of women
Project 5 will investigate how existing work practices impact the health and wellbeing of construction workers and their families.
The five-day work week challenges the idea that construction projects should run over six or seven-day weeks to meet tight deadlines.
Australian consultations on Draft Principles for Dignity in the Built Environment have started, offering a vision of more socially sustainable places.
The Australian Human Rights Institute will cooperate with Asia Centre on conferences, seminars and workshops.
A group of eminent Australians will help guide the Australian Human Rights Institute for the next three years.
Rosemary Kayess gives an insider's view of the United Nations Committee on the Rights of the Persons with Disabilities.
A new coalition has formed with a vision for respect for human rights throughout the built environment lifecycle.
Evidence from this project will inform the work of the financial services sector in supporting these women to navigate the tax/transfer, housing and