Bringing humane and principled order to the plight of those in search of refuge is a goal within our reach, writes Guy S. Goodwin-Gil.
UNSW’s Rosemary Kayess has been elected to United Nations Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.
After his appointment in Malaysia, alumnus David Wong paid tribute to UNSW Law as the foundation of his legal career.
The guide details the responsibilities of migrant workers’ home countries to protect citizens at home and abroad.
The destructive effect section 44 of the Constitution has on our political process is painfully evident, but the opportunity for a referendum to solve the problem is being wasted, writes George Williams.
The citizenship troubles that rocked the Labor Party this week are not all good news for the government, writes Rosalind Dixon.
Emotive photos of disadvantaged mine workers show the human cost of industrial practices challenged by a record class action.
It is time the government used more accurate language so we can have a realistic debate about its plans for our personal information, write Katharine Kemp and David Vaile.
A once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to negotiate a better international system for protecting refugees and migrants is analysed in a new policy brief from the Kaldor Centre at UNSW Law.
While slavery may seem a remote concept, we often unwittingly benefit via the clothes we buy, the food we eat and the companies we invest in, writes Justine Nolan.