The Albanese government wants to change the way referendums work ahead of the Voice to Parliament vote. There are still flaws, but it is a step in the right direction.
Researchers have mapped the hotels known to be used for immigration detention across Australia, creating the first coast-to-coast visualisation of a practice that has operated largely in the shadows for two decades.
Alternative dispute resolution options would improve outcomes for patients harmed by health care.
The Chief Justice of the High Court examined the evolution of key decisions while delivering a keystone address of the UNSW Law & Justice fraternity.
While bargain sales pump out assets destined for the dump, emerging recycling technologies offer sustainable solutions to landfills.
Criminology and law researcher Emma Buxton-Namisnyk’s study of domestic violence policing of First Nations women in Australia has been recognised with an Early Career Research Award.
FTX was the second largest cryptocurrency exchange in the world – today it has been named ‘a complete failure of corporate controls’. What happened? Associate Professor Mark Humphery-Jenner explains.
Jessica Cong is committed to bridging the worlds of business and social impact to support financial inclusion and will undertake a Master of Business Administration next year.
In cases where human rights are abused through the economic activity of a large corporation, signing a waiver of one’s rights in exchange for compensation is often grossly inadequate.
Increased corporate awareness of the risks of modern slavery isn’t translating into effective practices to reduce it.