The new Australian Human Rights Institute at UNSW knows who can make the biggest difference for the world's most disadvantaged people.
Labor's plan to scrap cash refunds on unused franking credits could change the game for some investors in Australian companies.
The Australian Human Rights Institute is a new initiative at UNSW Sydney that is bringing together researchers from different disciplines to find solutions to human rights challenges.
Australia’s exemption from Donald Trump’s steel tariff does not remove the risks of an international trade war, writes Tim Harcourt.
Having money helps, but economists are learning there are other things we need to feel happy, writes Gigi Foster.
The Allegiance to Australia Act undermines our values and is never likely to be effective, writes George Williams.
Susan Kiefel's first year as Chief Justice of the High Court has been marked by a welcome degree of consensus, writes Andrew Lynch.
An examination of the first year of decisions by the Kiefel High Court suggests that the Chief Justice's preference for collaborative decision-making is largely being met in practice.
In a national advertising campaign, the Australian Bankers’ Association claims banks belong to all of us. But is that true? Mark Humphrey-Jenner investigates.
Nationals leader Barnaby Joyce's indiscretions raise issues of conflicts of interest, exploitation and the misuse of public funds, writes George Williams.