Dr Faith Gordon and London-based youth organisation Catch 22 explore the usage of social media among children and young people and the increasing harm caused by inappropriate online behaviour.
#MeToo and the Law is the first course of its kind offered by an Australian law school, teaching postgraduate students important legal concepts within the global movement.
ANU students from the Law Reform and Social Justice program have collaborated on a report into the ACT's implementation of an anti-torture treaty.
2019 Churchill Fellowship recipient Ali Khan (LLB (Hons) '04, GDLP '10) will research approaches to assist gay male survivors of domestic abuse in the UK, US, Canada and New Zealand this year.
2018 ANU Prize recipient Emma Roff talks about winning
Three scholars from the ANU Law School have told a Parliamentary committee that the Australian government should abandon a bill that would remove citizenship from dual nationals convicted of terrorism offences.
Anneka Atley on team hACTivate
LLB (Hons) Student from Singapore talks about her experience as an ANU student
Centre for Military and Security Law
Supporting the rights and dignity of victims