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Vulnerability debate at Festival of Dangerous Ideas challenges us to recognise our limitations Article - Posted on 8 November 2018

UNSW’s Arts & Social Sciences Dean, Susan Dodds, helped the audience consider how communities can better support more vulnerable groups.

UNSW involved in international report on media reaction to terrorism In The Media - Posted on 24 October 2018

Study produces new evidence and insights about how media and social media coverage can increase the public harms of terrorism.

New research shines light on sexual violence at Australian music festivals In The Media - Posted on 24 October 2018

As the weather warms up, it can only mean one thing for young music enthusiasts: the Australian summer music festival season is here. 

Report warns of potential dangers posed by social media after terrorist attacks In The Media - Posted on 24 October 2018

Study produces new evidence and insights into how social media can increase the public harms of terrorism.

Australia's first dedicated study on sexual assault at music festivals In The Media - Posted on 23 October 2018

Australian music festivals keep hitting the headlines for all the wrong reasons.

Australian PM’s Razor-Thin Majority Is at Risk In The Media - Posted on 19 October 2018

Prime Minister Scott Morrison is facing the first test of his government’s popularity at the ballot boxes since he seized Australia’s leadership two months ago -- and the signs aren’t good.

120,000 Tasmanians Live in Poverty In The Media - Posted on 17 October 2018

TasCOSS has called for a ‘whole-of-government attack’ on poverty.

Lobbying, power and influence in Australia In The Media - Posted on 16 October 2018

Who has the most influence on government and politics in Australia? The citizens or the lobbyists?

Racism part of migrant poverty: ACOSS In The Media - Posted on 16 October 2018

Discrimination is contributing to the poverty being experienced by some Australians who were born elsewhere, according to a social services boss.

A strong economy but millions still in poverty In The Media - Posted on 16 October 2018

Australia has enjoyed 27 years of uninterrupted economic growth but the spoils are not being shared across society.

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Opinion
Why the ‘Hands Off’ campaign targeting sexual harassment on public transport misses the mark

A new campaign targeting sexual assault on public transport is a positive development but is unlikely to generate substantive, longer-term change, writes Bianca Fileborn.

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