When native title fails: First Nations people are turning to human rights law to keep access to cultural sites
Recently Queensland police recognised the cultural rights of Wangan and Jagalingou people to conduct ceremony under provisions of a Human Rights Act. What does this mean for other Traditional Owners?
Human Rights and Press Freedom – insights into WikiLeaks case
A prominent Australian human rights lawyer and barrister has repeated calls for the government to act against the persecution of WikiLeaks publisher, Julian Assange, at this year’s Higinbotham Lecture.
Women’s justice reinvestment strategy vital to reform system in crisis
A new issues paper released today from RMIT’s Centre for Innovative Justice highlights the growing number of women in Victoria’s justice system and provides pathways to solve this complex problem.
We need to change the way we think about domestic violence
See What You Made Me Do will change the way we think about domestic violence. Here's what needs to happen now.