human rights

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From mass climate change movements to cultural genocide of Uighurs in China, here are some of the headline human rights moments that captured Australia’s attention.

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Introducing inclusion at an early age helps everyone better understand disability and reduce discrimination, says UNSW's Rosemary Kayess.   

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With Australia’s facial verification bill currently in draft, UNSW Senior Lecturer Dr Carmen Leong addresses how mass surveillance technology could impact the economy.

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Industry leaders and global human rights activists will discuss technology, diversity, modern slavery and Indigenous rights at the Innovate Rights 2019 event.

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The issues that captured the world’s attention this year show the struggle to secure human rights is far from over.

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The first public sculpture in Australia dedicated to Dr Martin Luther King Jr unveiled at UNSW Sydney

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The lasting effect of the Trump presidency on universal human rights remains a mystery, international relations expert Professor David Forsythe will tell a free presentation at UNSW Sydney today.

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USA's criticism of, and withdrawal from, the UN Human Rights Council does nothing to address the problem of human rights abusers being able to influence the organisation.

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While slavery may seem a remote concept, we often unwittingly benefit via the clothes we buy, the food we eat and the companies we invest in, writes Justine Nolan.

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The new Australian Human Rights Institute at UNSW knows who can make the biggest difference for the world's most disadvantaged people.

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