March 15, 2018 7
Progress may have been made in the Commonwealth Redress Scheme for Institutional Child Sexual Abuse, but it leaves many behind and risks being hobbled by those who don't want to pay up, writes Senator Derryn Hinch
March 9, 2018 21
With calls for the ICC to investigate the Australian government going unheard, some are looking to a far-reaching code that gives the German judiciary the ability to prosecute crimes against humanity, even if they have no relation to the country.
March 6, 2018 6
A recent ruling out of the US has raised big questions about discrimination and the first amendment, but it also says a lot about our views on the nature of work.
March 6, 2018 3
The laughable assertion that Victorians were "too scared" to go to restaurants due to apparent out-of-control youth gangs hides a deeper ignorance in the debate around justice, incarceration and mental health.
February 27, 2018 19
Record numbers of Disability Support Pension applicants are having their claims rejected, often against the explicit advice of doctors. With nothing left to lose, some are choosing to fight.
February 26, 2018 5
A public interest endeavour dedicated to the ongoing improvement of The Social Contract.
February 12, 2018 13
Kevin Rudd's National Apology was meant to be a turning point in Australia's treatment of Indigenous Australians, but after a decade we've learnt that it was anything but.
February 1, 2018 11
Labor deserves credit for pledging to crack down on federal corruption, but there are still concerns to be addressed going forward.
January 31, 2018 24
Scott Morrison decided to put politics before the rule of law in 2013. What are the potential legal ramifications?
January 29, 2018 18
With stories of sexual experiences flooding in under the terms "sexual misconduct" and "bad sex", we explore the legal, social and linguistic context of the "grey areas" of sexual assault.