UNSW Law & Justice

Someone holding a sign saying 'religious discrimination not in my nation'.

Despite Australia’s long history of a secular government, this bill might create a future that segregates people based on their faith and beliefs.

Actor and producer Alec Baldwin at a press conference.

Homicide law and ballistics experts discuss why the accident on the set of the film ‘Rust’ is an urgent call for action for tighter safety protocols in Hollywood.

A sign that says "open"

The idea is publicly funded Australian research should be free for the public to read when published. But if it means taking money from universities struggling for research funding, that poses risks.

Victorian Premier Dan Andrews

With Victoria’s parliament expected to vote on the bill this week, four legal experts recommend ways to make it better.

A silhouette of  a child standing by a window with a reflection

The disproportionate removal of Aboriginal children will continue without an improved government response, says UNSW's Professor Megan Davis. 

UNSW Library Lawn and Library Building

New Fellows elected in recognition of their excellence in the social sciences.

Aboriginal voters line up on election day

A proposal for voter ID requirements could further disenfranchise vulnerable people of society who don’t have access to the ID documents, particularly First Nations people.

UNSW Kensington campus Clancy Auditoruim

The 2022 Times Higher Education rankings also saw psychology and business and economics subjects move up the list.

A dog owner hugging her dog on the bed.

Strata law and tenancy law experts explain how the end of the blanket ban on pets in strata affects pet ownership.

An older woman playing with her grandson

A new study shows how migrant families struggle to get the childcare they need and how an easier visa system would help.

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