UNSW Law

matilda mcdonell on court and olivia coleman smiling and holding a netball

Matilda McDonell is a rising star of the Super Netball competition and studying law, a feat inspiring another UNSW elite athlete to do much the same.

Anthony Albanese and Scott Morrison in front of the Australian Aboriginal Flag

Five experts grade the major parties’ policies and past actions on pursuing a First Nations Voice to Parliament.

hospitality workers clean tables

Exploitation flourishes because regulators do not routinely detect or punish labour law noncompliance.

Rising sea levels on Kirabati

If the impacts of climate change drive people from their homes, what happens to their relationship with their home country?

Vote for Women CFI

A discussion on gender representation in politics has heard Australia risks going backwards if more is not done to help female politicians.

Jean Hinchliffe and Peter Garrett

Jean Hinchliffe from School Strikes 4 Climate and Midnight Oil’s Peter Garrett explore citizen action from their generational perspectives.

A person shopping online on a laptop

Consumers should have more control over how online marketplaces such as eBay and Amazon collect and use their data, according to a new ACCC report.

Scott Morrison and Anthony Albanese

Our experts rated the Coalition’s model as either very unsatisfactory or a fail. Most agreed Labor’s proposed model is much better, but said a lot more detail is needed.

andy symington

Our race for renewables has a dark side, with some of the most important clean energy technologies, such as lithium-ion batteries, bringing unexpected and damaging consequences for human rights and the environment. Although the goals are different, mining for ingredients of lithium-ion batteries

Pat Anderson AO, Alfred 'Pop Alfie Neal', Noel Pearson and Professor Megan Davis in Yarrabah Queensland.

Aboriginal Land Councils and First Nations community representatives from across Australia are urging for a referendum in the first term of the new parliament.

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