Principles aren’t enough when human rights meet business
The United Nation’s principles on business and human rights struggling in the face of material interests of those in power University of Melbourne experts warn.
Brazil elections: Is democracy itself on the ballot?
With polarisation, intolerance and high levels of violence, a University of Melbourne expert says democracy itself is on the ballot in the Brazilian election.
Corruption and Australia’s Parliament
This episode of the University of Melbourne's Policy Shop podcast examines the issue of corruption in Australian politics, and whether a new watchdog is needed.
Crony capitalism Chinese style
Professor Minxin Pei on collusive corruption in China, its root cause, and why a free media and liberal democracy may be the key elements to a lasting solution.
Rage Against Corruption
People are aware of corruption as a global problem like never before, sparking protests and bringing down governments, but what's needed is systemic change.