27 June 2016
Unfortunately, we are witnessing the unmistakeable trend of governments chipping away at many of our vital democratic foundations. Press freedom is being undermined, critical voices are being stifled and governments are eroding the right of Australians to gather and speak out about issues that they care about.
27 June 2016
This year marks our ten year anniversary. For ten years we’ve delivered justice for individuals and systemic change; for Indigenous peoples; for people seeking asylum and refugees; for LGBTI people, women and more.
Our work has had a profound impact on the Australian human rights landscape and support from people like you has been absolutely critical to our success.
24 June 2016
Each year the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) hosts the Global Forum on Responsible Business Conduct where representatives from civil society, business, governments and trade unions meet to discuss and promote better business practices.
Thanks to everyone who helped make the 10 Years of Impact: Human Rights Dinners in Melbourne and Sydney such a success. Much fun was had and the events raised over $90,000. Thanks to all who either bid competitively in our fundraising auctions or generously made donations. This support is absolutely critical to our work.
We’ve been silent on injustice for too long
The Canberra Times, 25 May 2016
Same-sex Apology Draws a Line in the Sand
The Age, 24 May 2016
For everyone’s sake, Ferrovial must withdraw from Manus Island and Nauru detention contract
The Sydney Morning Herald, 20 May 2016
NSW anti-protest laws are part of a corrosive national trend
The Sydney Morning Herald, 22 March 2016
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