An archaic law means many people with disability are not allowed to vote. Other countries are changing their rules and so should Australia.
A significant number of Rwanda’s LGBT community experience hostility. This includes at work and when trying to access health services.
The deal undermines every human being’s right to seek asylum and commitments enshrined in the Refugee Convention.
Without funding and thorough resources, reforms to our mental health care system will not be effective.
The situation in refugee camps in Bangladesh may offer some lessons for communities hosting Ukrainian refugees.
It is likely that countries may use the US abortion ban to further restrict abortion access for fear of losing health funding.
From sending arrivals to Rwanda to stripping citizenship without notice – it’s little wonder the government has had to fight to get this legislation passed.
South Africa does not put refugees in camps. So, the government is responsible for their protection and well-being. Its performance was hit-and-miss.
Richer nations are increasingly looking to offshore their immigration processing and further their own economic and political interests at the same time.
Peddlers of dangerous ideas regarding the constitution should be reminded of what was done in the name of a legislative majority under apartheid.
Our freedom is limited as soon as our speech and behaviour become harmful to other people.
There is no evidence that international migrants are a major cause of unemployment in South Africa. Misinformation drives this misconception.
The choice of Rwanda has a logic about it. But it’s also controversial.
President Biden said that Vladimir Putin had committed war crimes, after news emerged of mass civilian murders in Bucha, Ukraine. Three stories from our archive explain what this means.
Ending violence against foreigners can only happen by first recognising – and addressing – the hazards of South Africa’s crumbling system of indirect rule.
The story of Kylie Moore-Gilbert’s 804 days as a political prisoner is about more than Iran’s human rights abuses, writes Scott Burchill – the West is no model of international citizenship either.
The Australian Human Rights Commission now faces twin crises of insufficient funding and threats to its global standing.
Many of the artefacts Ethiopia is famous for are found in Tigray. Their continued destruction could lead to irreversible culture shock and social collapse.
Australia is billed as the ‘most successful’ multicultural nation in the world. But almost half of non-white Australians regularly experience racism at work.
Formal hearings of the Yoorrook Justice Commission have begun in Melbourne. This is the first Indigenous-led justice commission of this kind in the world.