The abuse of migrant workers constructing venues for Qatar's 2022 World Cup is an issue for all who love the “beautiful game”, write Justine Nolan and Bassina Farbenblum.
Just days before she is due to deliver an annual human rights lecture at UNSW, Zimbabwean lawyer and government critic Beatrice Mtetwa is again facing criminal charges.
Former NSW DPP Nicholas Cowdery and the International Criminal Court’s Alexandra Tomic are speakers at a major symposium next week on the quality of court interpreting.
Uganda's anti-homosexuality laws are not only incredibly regressive, they could have far-reaching health implications of grave concern to Australia and the world, writes Jed Horner.
South Africa's Acting High Commissioner to Australia and anti-apartheid activists will be among guests at a celebration of the life of Nelson Mandela at UNSW this Saturday.
UNSW's Andrea Durbach has won the 2013 Australian Human Rights Law Award and paid tribute to the legacy and influence of Nelson Mandela on her extraordinary career.
For all its freedoms, Australia is still pervaded by violence against women, which we all have a role to play in ending, writes Andrea Durbach.
Revelations of children working for less than a dollar a day to make Australian footballs have rekindled an old debate, Justine Nolan writes.
The manipulation of an English legal doctrine to repress South Africa's striking miners is a grotesque irony in a post-apartheid democracy, writes Andrea Durbach.
The transformative power of dance and theatre will be central to a new global campaign targeting gender violence, playwright and activist, Eve Ensler announced at UNSW’s annual human rights lecture.