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Statement Calls for Immediate Release of Poet Detained for a Year Without Charge: Sri Lanka
Governments Should Urge Xinjiang Inquiry: UN
Prioritize Rights at India Summit: EU
Pass PRO Act to Empower Workers, Protect Rights: US
Prioritize Justice for Serious Crimes: DR Congo
Statement on France’s Deportation of Chechen Asylum Seeker to Russia Despite Risk of Torture
Release Omar Radi and Guarantee Fair Trial Proceedings: Morocco
NGO Law Would Strike ‘Severe Blow’ to Human Rights: Thailand
UNAIDS joins human rights community in mourning Christof Heyns, legal academic and expert
Robustly Carry Out New Surveillance Tech Rules: EU
Human Rights Council Holds Interactive Dialogue on Human Rights
Xinjiang Foreign Secretary statement to House of Commons, 22 March 2021
Waverley Council celebrates International Women’s Day
A passion for learning drives Fortescue’s CEO for a Day
Prominent former Socceroos receive Australia Day Honours
Human rights advocate inspires next generation
Foreign Secretary on situation in Xinjiang and Government’s response
Grave fears for Julian Assange’s wellbeing. Morrison must act: Greens
Community organisations slam decision to continue discriminatory and punitive Cashless Debit Card
Campaigners warn that 9 out of 10 people in poor countries are set to miss out on COVID-19 vaccine
Australian workers and unions join global Amazon protests as report highlights worker abuses
Workers protest at Amazon on Black Friday global day of action
2020 Kep Enderby Memorial Lecture
Griffith Law grad advocating for community led solution to help refugees
Victoria’s opportunity to decriminalise sex work
China needs international pressure to end Hong Kong wrongs
China needs international pressure to end Hong Kong wrong
China needs international pressure to end Hong Kong wrongs
China needs international pressure to end Hong Kong wrongs
Unalienable Rights and Securing of Freedom
Report finds concerns with access to fair trials in Malaysian death penalty cases
Progress is still needed if a political settlement is to be reached in Syria
Nev Power Should Answer to Oversight Committee on Gas Agenda
Communications blackouts in Jammu and Kashmir are making coronavirus lockdown doubly frightening
Julian Assange’s Human Rights Must be Upheld
Blacktown’s Woman of Year
Prime Minister’s deafening silence unacceptable on anniversary of Landmine Treaty
UK statement on arrest of Osman Kavala in Turkey
Free eSafety event: empowering women to take control online
UCLA Law conference will explore connection between human rights and climate crisis
Coalition urges Australia to condemn landmine decision by US
Australians value services to rural Australia highest; 2019 Charity Reputation Index shows
Working together for sustainable development – but how?
Review Into Decriminalisation Of Sex Work
In My Blood it Runs to screen at Un
Arab anthology smashing stereotypes
Vale Jan Ruff-O’Herne AO (1923-2019)
Australia needs to be transparent about its military exports: Australian Arms Control Coalition