UNSW Law & Justice

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A report led by UNSW researchers has highlighted the negative effect of COVID-19 fines.

A migrant worker picks grapes on a vineyard

Organisations and unions across Australia are calling for whistleblower protections for migrant workers who report exploitation.

Aria Ahmed-Cox

Fulbright Scholarships have been awarded to six members of the UNSW community to foster educational exchange and understanding between the United States and Australia.

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The proposals from the Attorney-General’s Department could help bolster Australia’s privacy laws — but there are some deficiencies.

Aerial view of the Great Barrier Reef

Giving nature and the environment the same legal rights as humans is gaining ground as a new strategy to protect them from disaster.

Uluru Statement from the Heart

The University affirms its support for the Uluru Statement from the Heart, and its call for a First Nations Voice to Parliament.

UN CEDAW members Natasha Stott Despoja AO and Corinne Dettmeijer-Vermeulen with report author Dr Janani Shanthosh in Geneva, Switzerland.

A new report has analysed different countries’ implementation of the key international convention on women’s rights.

protesters march holding signs opposing temporary protection visas

But the fate of thousands of other refugees and asylum seekers in limbo in Australia remains uncertain.

Daniel Purchas, Professor Louise Lutze-Mann and Leanne Piggott.

33 UNSW Sydney students are listed in the Top100 Future Leaders Awards.

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This constitutional reform process may be ‘unorthodox’, but it’s entirely appropriate.

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