An international forum to address widespread exploitation of low-paid migrant workers in the Asia Pacific region will be held at UNSW on Tuesday 21 October.
The anti-terror bill, which allows journalists to be jailed for reporting on intelligence operations and lets ASIO spy on computer networks, has sailed through parliament with dangerous speed, writes George Williams
SOGI’s Story – a UNSW-led educational comic book and video project about same-sex love and discrimination – will help tackle stigma and violence in 16 African countries.
The social stigma around wearing the burqa in Australia means it is as good as banned anyway, writes Zeinab Zein.
The asylum bill introduced into Parliament last week is an extraordinary display of disdain for international law – and its fundamental misunderstanding of it, writes Jane McAdam.
It's not enough for our elected leaders to say that anti-terrorism legislation is "above politics" – we must insist on there being proper scrutiny of any new laws, writes Fergal Davis.
New laws aiming to prevent Australians engaging in conflicts in foreign countries may place a heavy burden on people who need to visit designated places for innocuous reasons, writes Sangeetha Pillai.
The power of intelligence agencies to invade Australians' privacy could be about to dramatically expand, warns Keiran Hardy.
Law, as a field, can be transformative. Innovation isn’t just about new balance sheets or new apps, it’s also about the collaborative way we see the world, writes Fleur Johns.
Australia can learn lessons from America's decade-long experience of justice reinvestment when considering how to reduce the prison population, write Melanie Schwartz and Chris Cunneen.