Business & Law

A child holding a poster on landfill with 'save our planet' written on it.

Adults (and governments) don’t see children as agents of their own human rights – and that's a big problem.

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Organisations need to adopt a specific approach to hybrid working in order to improve collaboration, communication, productivity and innovation.

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When COVID-19 struck, Australia’s Treasury didn’t have the luxury of years of work, refinement and debate to develop JobKeeper. It had to perform battlefield surgery.

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From higher mortgages to hoarding outdated technologies, how will the government’s current stance on climate change affect the economy for Australians?

Jennifer Robinson

In the 50th anniversary year of UNSW Law & Justice, a renowned human rights lawyer reflects on the founding Dean’s legacy and ‘living greatly in the law’.

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Children and young people are likely to face the worst effects of climate change, but they’ve often been denied a seat at the table in global discussions on how to tackle the climate crisis. 

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As we embark on Mental Health Week 2021 and begin to emerge from months of lockdown, employee mental health is at risk. But there are ways to reinforce psychological safety, says UNSW Business School's Frederik Anseel.

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The US debt ceiling is a form of self-delusion: a limit imposed on a borrower by the borrower itself. Australia had one until the Coalition and the Greens abolished it.

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Drone delivery company Wing is out to transform the sky – and Australia is at the forefront of its plans.

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Latest underemployment and labour force figures underscore gender inequalities and suggest disadvantages are passing to future generations.

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