Ethics and health law experts discuss whether euthanasia is the ultimate form of individual choice or a sign that we need to reconsider how we care for the most vulnerable.
Professor Megan Davis, the first Aboriginal person from Australia elected to a United Nations (UN) body, reflects on 10 years of service and the persistent fight for Indigenous rights.
Governments can meet their international protection obligations towards refugees without sacrificing public health, says a human rights law expert.
The mounting urgency about asylum seekers trying to reach the UK by boat does not sweep aside the need for reasoned and rational policymaking.
A striking feature of the report is the relatively brief treatment of ‘green’ technologies.
Despite Australia’s long history of a secular government, this bill might create a future that segregates people based on their faith and beliefs.
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.
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.
With Victoria’s parliament expected to vote on the bill this week, four legal experts recommend ways to make it better.
The disproportionate removal of Aboriginal children will continue without an improved government response, says UNSW's Professor Megan Davis.