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Field Supervision Graduation ceremony Article - Posted on 30 June 2009

On the 30th of June the Graduation for the Graduate Certificate of Field Supervision was held at the John Niland Scientia Building. The event also was also attended by Field Teachers from the various agencies who kindly take on our students for their valuable practical experience. Some field teachers and agencies were awarded Certificates of Appreciation for taking many of our students for extended periods of time.

Duncan McDuie Ra releases new book Article - Posted on 18 May 2009

Civil Society, Democratization and the Search for Human Security examines the relationship between civil society and human security in the Indian state of Meghalaya, part of the region known as Northeast India.

Sarah Maddison Launches new book, Black Politics Article - Posted on 12 March 2009

You are invited to celebrate the publication of Black Politics by Sarah Maddison.

Alison Wakefield Launches New Book Article - Posted on 11 March 2009

Farewell to Carol Healy Article - Posted on 10 November 2008

On Friday, 7th of November, we farewell-ed our former colleague and friend, Ms Carol Healy who passed away on the 31st of October 2008.

Social Work @ UNSW Article - Posted on 10 November 2008

Official launch of the Social Work promotional DVD

Challenging Thinking Article - Posted on 4 August 2008

Geoffrey Brahm Levey awarded with the 2008 AAP Media Prize

The Trouble with Theory Article - Posted on 1 August 2008

Gavin Kitching to launch his new book on the 27th August at the UNSW bookshop

Building a Nation Article - Posted on 10 July 2008

Michael Pusey argues for a new era of nation building

Launch of Supporting Children and Responding to Families Article - Posted on 27 May 2008

SCARF Case Management System and Online Learning Package

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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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