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Not on my watch: music festivals changing tune on sexual assaults In The Media - Posted on 27 March 2017

Dr Bianca Fileborn is part of the taskforce running the city venues pilot and has conducted extensive research into sexual assaults in music venues.

Winners and losers: Five points from the Dutch election results In The Media - Posted on 22 March 2017

UNSW politics lecturer, Dr Carolien van Ham, explains what the results of last week's election mean for the Netherlands. 

Prison support program helps reduce re-offending rates, UNSW research finds Article - Posted on 16 March 2017

The ACT's Extended Throughcare Pilot Program is helping reduce recidivism rates and crime in the community, a UNSW evaluation has found.

Australians are addicted to antibiotics: a modern fetish without a long-term plan In The Media - Posted on 14 March 2017

Australia's rates of antibiotic use per capita are higher than many other OECD countries. We are addicted to antibiotics, the magical cure, says Professor of Sociology Alex Broom.

The Newsmakers: Australia's Controversial Migrant Bill In The Media - Posted on 13 March 2017

Associate Professor Claudia Tazreiter discusses her concerns with current immigration bills before parliament and that  entire groups of people could be excluded from living in, or traveling to Australia, based purely on their religion or nationality.

The role of the Women Peace and Security agenda in countering violent extremism Opinion - Posted on 9 March 2017

Security Council resolution 2242 makes the prevention of terrorism and violent extremism central to the women, peace and security agenda, writes Laura Shepherd.

Q&A: Meet Pronoy Das - Bachelor of Social Work Article - Posted on 1 March 2017

Our new alum Pronoy always knew he wanted to work with people. As a new graduate he's thankful he can contine to meet new people and is excited to begin his Social Work career path.

Bystanders often don’t intervene in sexual harassment – but should they? Opinion - Posted on 28 February 2017

Preventing sexual violence is everybody’s responsibility, but we need to think carefully about how we do it, writes Biance Fileborn.

Benjamin Netanyahu looking to escape political heat in Israel, experts say In The Media - Posted on 28 February 2017

Middle East expert at the UNSW, Dr Anthony Billingsley, tells The New Daily: “Without being too cynical, he is looking for a lull from the politics at home."

The importance of small family farms in global food security In The Media - Posted on 24 February 2017

There are 1.5 billion small family farmers, men and women, who live and work on around 475 million family farms, that are no more than 2 hectares in size. Dr Monika Barthwal-Datta reminds us up to 80% of all food consumed in the world are grown by these farmers, and these people are at the forefront of our fight for food security in the face of climate change.

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The role of the Women Peace and Security agenda in countering violent extremism

Security Council resolution 2242 makes the prevention of terrorism and violent extremism central to the women, peace and security agenda, writes Laura Shepherd.

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