The state’s longest-running refugee community legal centre has been thrown a lifeline, thanks to UNSW.


Tiny houses are so hot right now. As Amelia Thorpe argues, in addition to being sustainable, they also offer a valuable way to rethink the way we plan and build our cities.  


Flaws in royal commission processes mean disquiet about Dyson Heydon's ongoing role will continue to provide fodder for political attacks, writes George Williams. 


Eighteen frontline human rights advocates from Asia and the Pacific will come to UNSW this month for consultations with politicians, industry, journalists, academics and NGOs on how to ensure business promotes peace, development and human rights. 


Economics is at the heart of Indigenous wellbeing and merely changing words in the Constitution would do little to address Indigenous disadvantage, former High Court Judge Michael Kirby has told a UNSW audience.


Former High Court judge Michael Kirby will headline a UNSW panel debate on the health and social consequences of Indigenous incarceration, to mark NAIDOC week.


Although constitutional, new laws to strip the citizenship of dual nationals involved in terrorism are more far reaching than first thought and flawed, writes George Williams.

Myanmar,  Aung San Suu Kyi

The latest books by UNSW academics.


Former Australian of the Year Adam Goodes has been awarded an honorary Doctor of Letters for his dedication to reconciliation and distinguished service to the community.

Rosalind Dixon

One of the world’s finest legal minds is turning her thoughts to how laws shape democracy.