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Escalation in harassment of MPs threatens democracy
UN experts condemn destruction of judicial infrastructure, call for protection of justice operators: Israel/Gaza
In the age of cancel culture, shaming can be healthy for online communities – a political scientist explains when and how
Employer found liable for workers compensation despite worker’s  
Sex Discrimination Commissioner: Lehrmann Ruling Dispels Rape Myths
Opinion piece: Unenforceable and unnecessary non‑competes hold us back
Digital ‘death knocks’: is it fair game for journalists to mine social media profiles of victims and their families?
One in 10 Australians sexually harassed by peers research
RESIDENTIAL CARE PROVIDER FINED $300,000 IN RELATION TO RISK OF WORKPLACE SEXUAL VIOLENCE
Council embeds safe work legislation with zero tolerance approach
Critical funding needed for transgender and gender-diverse Victorians facing homelessness
Group of Eight principles on Sexual Assault and Sexual Harassment – July 27, 2023
Nominations Closing Soon For 2024 Women’s Charter Award
Kerr’s Curse Cuts To Heart Of Racism In Australia
New laws strengthen protections and representation for Queensland workers
Aussie female sport stars targeted by online trolls at alarming rate
From power prices to chocolate fountains, the Tasmanian election campaign has been a promise avalanche
City Of Hobart To Celebrate Harmony Week
Kāinga Ora instructed to end Sustaining Tenancies
New campaign to end sexual harassment at work
UN experts call on President to take concrete action to protect civic space: Guatemala
Workplace Culture And Safety At Centre Of Report
Mining Worker Study: Key insights into the state of WA mining’s mental health
Workforce safety insights revealed in latest mine worker study
Independent Review to ensure Queensland’s hospital staff are safe at work
A year after conviction of Viasna Chair and members concerns about the fairness of trial remain: Belarus
Breaking Ground: Women in building and construction
Political power in Australia is still overwhelmingly male. But beneath the despair, there’s reason for hope
UN experts urge corrective action to protect human rights and end attacks against minorities in lead up to elections: India
2024 Status Of Women Report Card
International Woman’s Day: Empowering women begins with reproductive rights
Anti-discrimination Legislation Open For Consultation
Sam Kerr’s racially aggravated harassment charge puts Football Australia in a tricky place
Overuse of NDAs in sexual harassment cases in Australian workplaces
UN expert: Hatred on basis of religion or belief must be addressed holistically
Eyes On Signs Of Modern Slavery
WHISE welcomes release of pay gap data, launches resource on how to close gap on International Women’s Day
Labor transport policy will put Metro back on track
Türk alarmed as parliament passes deeply harmful anti-gay bill: Ghana
ACU Wins Athena Swan Bronze Award
Criminalise intimidation, harassment of Tasmanian bus drivers: report
Oleg Orlov’s trial a textbook example of politicisation of law enforcement and justice to silence anti-war voices: Russia
Go8 Supports National Action Plan On Student Safety
Greens welcome National Student Ombudsman, but it must have teeth
Union welcomes national action plan to stop uni sexual harassment and violence
Independent National Student Ombudsman to improve student safety
Celebrating International Women’s Day
Warrant issued for Stuart Owen