Paving the road towards an Indigenous Voice to Parliament

Changing the Australian Constitution is not easy. But we need to stop thinking it’s impossible

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Trial by Tik Tok: How social media is affecting the Johnny Depp and Amber Heard case

The highly publicised and controversial defamation case between actor Johnny Depp and his ex-wife Amber Heard has become a viral phenomenon with millions dissecting the…

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The future of ‘free speech’ on Twitter under Elon Musk

Twitter is considerably smaller than other social media networks, however, it does have a disproportionate influence on public discourse.

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A tendency for trouble

Revelations about evidence that the jury in the murder trial of police officer Zachary Rolfe did not hear has ignited the debate about the use…

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Why platforms supporting Ukrainian refugees must prioritise their safety

Many well-meaning projects have been developed with limited humanitarian knowledge, placing Ukrainian refugees at risk of trafficking and exploitation.

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Antarctic discovery heats up territorial debate

Now Shackleton’s Endurance has been found, who determines what happens to the famous shipwreck?

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What does The Matrix have to do with human rights?

Brain-implants, human rights and why there ought to be a law against The Matrix

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The Aboriginal flag is now ‘free’ – what does that mean, legally?

The Federal Government recently announced it had “freed” the Aboriginal flag for all Australians to use without fear of copyright infringement. Some are celebrating the…

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