Research | 15 Oct 2019
UNSW Law Fellow explores changes to family law in India and the challenges they present to women
Future of Change Indian Fellow Jhuma Sen will examine cases that include the controversial Triple Talaq Bill, which allows a husband to divorce his wife by issuing the word ‘talaq’ three times.
Research | 14 Oct 2019
There's no airport border 'crisis', only management failure of the Home Affairs department
From high staff turn-overs to filling the appeals tribunal with political allies, the Home Affairs department needs to clean its mess.
Achievement | 09 Oct 2019
UNSW student wins 2019 Mooting Competition of Australia’s First Peoples
Law School student Petra Franks, whose submissions helped win the day, found the mooting experience both challenging and rewarding.
Achievement | Thought leadership | 09 Oct 2019
UNSW Emerging Thought Leader Prize finalists announced
Next generation of UNSW leaders named as finalists for inaugural prize.
Opinion | 09 Oct 2019
'The Australian government is not listening': how our country is failing to protect its children
In a recent report, the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child was highly critical of the Australian government for its youth justice failures and the rise of children with mental health issues.
Thought leadership | 09 Oct 2019
Grata Fund supports case in the High Court to have the Palace Letters released
Professor Jenny Hocking, an historian at Monash University and a Gough Whitlam biographer, is taking the National Archives of Australia to the High Court, seeking access to the Palace Letters.
Opinion | 08 Oct 2019
Myth busted: China’s status as a developing country gives it few benefits in the World Trade Organisation
In complaining about China's alleged special treatment by the World Trade Organization, US President Donald Trump and Australia's Scott Morrison are pointing to something that isn't really there.
Achievement | 08 Oct 2019
UNSW professor writes a new handbook on humanitarian law
Sarah Williams, Professor in International Law at UNSW, was engaged by the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association (CPA) and the British Red Cross to write a handbook which is now available to parliamentarians in 53 Commonwealth countries.