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.
From a legal standpoint, there is a difference between a state and a territory, and for some that justifies giving territory voters less say.
A Voice to Parliament would advise the “executive government” – that is, ministers and the public service – on issues that affect Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
The “yes” and “no” cases have outlined their arguments to be sent out to Australian voters. Here, legal experts examine the claims by both sides to see if they stack up.
The United Nations Committee on the Rights of the Child has released a statement on the responsibilities of governments to reduce harm from climate change. Here’s what’s in it for Australia.
The 2023 Alumni Award winners inspire positive change and empower communities globally, embodying UNSW’s commitment to creating a brighter future for all.
The UNSW Sydney Law & Justice academic was recognised at the 2023 awards, along with UNSW finalists in the Community Engagement and Employability categories.
Previous reforms have produced improvements, but victims of sexual violence are still having negative experiences in court.
Worldcoin wants to provide ‘proof of personhood’ in an AI-filled future, but critics and governments are unimpressed.
UNSW Sydney’s leading constitutional experts discuss recognition and the need to listen to First Nations peoples when formulating policy that affects them.