The International Court of Justice has held the first public hearings in South Africa’s genocide case against Israel. And there’s concern over the New Zealand government plan to wind back the principles of the country’s founding document, the Treaty of Waitangi.
‘Facial recognition for cows’, GPS animal tags and DNA testing represent some of the technology being developed to help investigate and solve livestock theft and other farm-related crimes. This episode first aired in February 2023.
Lawyers in the Northern Territory say the shortage of Indigenous interpreters has become so critical that it’s significantly contributing to the over-representation of First Nations people in the criminal justice system. This is the first in a two-part special investigation into the impact of interpreter shortages in Australian courts.