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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.

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?

Hey Gladys, It Might Be Time To *Actually* Listen To The Music Industry In The Media - Posted on 24 September 2018

Over 100 musicians, festivals, health specialists, and industry figures have signed an open letter to NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian urging her to reconsider her position on health and safety issues at festivals.

Women’s votes might be the key to stopping Brazil’s far-right presidential candidate. Here’s why. In The Media - Posted on 18 September 2018

Presidential campaigning has begun in Brazil. In a country where voting is compulsory, about 140 million are expected to cast ballots on Oct 7.

New play questions the ethics of caring for people with dementia and the crisis of the dysfunctional family Article - Posted on 12 September 2018

An artistic collaboration between Christos Tsiolkas and Mary Zournazi sparks a new play on caring for people with dementia.

Academic expertise on show in Indonesia Article - Posted on 27 August 2018

UNSW Expertise Forum provided a platform for UNSW academics to showcase their knowledge at the Australian Embassy in Jakarta.

UNSW School of Social Sciences performs well in world subject rankings Article - Posted on 7 August 2018

The UNSW School of Social Sciences has performed steadily in the latest ShanghaiRanking's Global Ranking of Academic Subjects 2018 with Public Administration ranked in the top 75 in the world.

Detainee Behrouz Boochani's book defies the confines of Manus Island Article - Posted on 6 August 2018

At the launch of his book at UNSW Sydney, Manus Island detainee Behrouz Boochani explained to the audience - via Whatsapp - that the creative process of writing empowered him to retain his humanity.

This Week in History The Irish Uprising of 1798 In The Media - Posted on 10 June 2018

Adjunct Professor Jeff Kildea, from the Global Irish Studies Centre at the University of New South Wales joined Sarah Macdonald from ABC Radio to discuss the rebellion 220 years on.

Vocation and education training plays big role in reducing recidivism rates according to new research In The Media - Posted on 7 June 2018

Dr Jesse Cale, UNSW Senior Lecturer in Criminology discusses study of vocation and educational training programs in Australian prisons.

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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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