Tag Archives: justice

If I Ruled the World: Kat Armstrong

If I ruled the world every woman would have their human rights and differences respected to ensure her unique personhood was recognised and she could live safely. Every woman would feel secure in a responsive, non-judgmental community with access to education and training. This would entail women not being imprisoned …

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Spotlight on UNSW: Michael Kirby

This year, Tharunka continues with its interview series “Spotlight on UNSW,” where we speak to outstanding and inspiring members of the UNSW community. In our first spotlight, Cameron McPhedran spoke with the Honorable Michael Kirby. A High Court Justice for thirteen years and winner of the Gruber Justice Prize in …

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