Who is making our laws? The separation of powers in 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic response has shone a light on modern lawmaking. It’s raising questions about human rights, parliamentary spending, and public policy.

Why Bernard Collaery’s case is one of the gravest threats to freedom of expression

Why Bernard Collaery’s case is one of the gravest threats to freedom of expression.

Federal Court: July 2020

Reporting and analysis of the most notable decisions in the Federal Court. By DAN STAR QC.

Bail out: criminal courts face uphill battle

The criminal justice system almost ground to a halt in recent months. It has caused delays so severe that human rights questions are being raised.

Practical guidance on implementing a robust modern slavery program

This six-step compliance program offers guidance to help organisations meet the requirements under the Act and establish a robust modern slavery program.

Spotlight on religious discrimination

Australian human rights law depends heavily on the protections provided in anti-discrimination legislation. But what happens if that law is turned on its head?

Time is running out: are you taking action on modern slavery?

The deadline for the first Australian Modern Slavery Statements is fast approaching.

North Korea: a human rights disaster lost in the dark

Two North Korean defectors shine light on the dark state of affairs in their country.

North Korea: a human rights disaster lost in the dark

Two North Korean defectors shine light on the dark state of affairs in their country.

Freedom of religion and speech: it’s time for change

AHRC President ROSALIND CROUCHER ventures beyond the headlines to explore how our rights & freedoms can be protected in a more positive and enduring way.