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Dawn Barrington’s Mission to Bring Justice to Refugees of Manus Island

Wednesday 17th July

Dawn Barrington’s Mission to Bring Justice to Refugees of Manus Island

Matt Cowell speaks to Dawn Barrington about her mission to raise awareness for refugees on Manus […]

Corporate Cultural Diversity

Tuesday 16th July

Corporate Cultural Diversity

In 2016 the Australian Human Rights Commission released a report entitled Leading for Change: A blueprint […]

Visualising Human Rights

10th December 2018

Visualising Human Rights

Do you recall the image of the small Syrian boy on the beach in Turkey in […]

Frieda Lee and Sam Hayes

3rd September 2018

Frieda Lee and Sam Hayes

Writer and performer Frieda Lee, and collaborator Sam Hayes, chatted with Rewi Lyall about The Inconsequential […]

Know Your (Digital) Rights. All 3 of ’em.

22nd May 2018

Know Your (Digital) Rights. All 3 of ’em.

Tim Norton, Chair of Digital Rights Watch, joined the Mag to talk about their new report […]

Change the Record for Smarter Justice

4th December 2017

Change the Record for Smarter Justice

Last week a group called Change the Record launched the national plan of action for youth […]

Over-Representation of Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Women In Prison

16th May 2017

Over-Representation of Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Women In Prison

Female Indigenous imprisonment has risen nearly 150 percent since the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in […]

An unsettling resettlement

11th April 2017

An unsettling resettlement

With the announcement of the closure of the Manus Island Detention Centre, calls for urgent arrangements […]

Social Justice and Native Title

12th December 2016

Social Justice and Native Title

The Australian Human Rights Commission has released it’s 2016 Social Justice and Native Title Report; indicating […]

Stand Up for Human Rights

5th December 2016

Stand Up for Human Rights

Saturday the 10th of December is Human Rights Day. It commemorates the day on which, in […]

World Refugee Week

21st June 2016

World Refugee Week

World Refugee Week kicked off yesterday in Australia. It’s been around since 1986 and aims to […]

Nauru To Process Refugees

6th October 2015

Nauru To Process Refugees

Nauru’s government plans to end the detention of asylum seekers on the island by the end of […]

Transition of Rights & Wrongs

30th March 2015

Transition of Rights & Wrongs

In Australia, discussion about Transgender people has been relatively rare, but recently people have started becoming […]

Is Fair, Enough?

5th August 2014

Is Fair, Enough?

There’s much in life that doesn’t seem fair – and completely beyond our control or within […]

Sri Lankans at Sea

23rd July 2014

Sri Lankans at Sea

Thirteen nautical miles beyond the shores of Christmas Island, almost 160 asylum seekers are being detained […]