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Painful histories must be acknowledged to achieve lasting peace Article - Posted on 15 September 2017

UNSW Global Development Week, 18 - 22 September.

Nepali senior government officials visit the School of Social Sciences, UNSW Sydney Article - Posted on 6 September 2017

UNSW and the School of Social Sciences (SoSS) have hosted the study tour of Nepali senior government officials at UNSW from 22 – 25 August 2017.

The School of Social Sciences' Visiting Scholar from the Global South Fellowship, Dr Babere Chacha presented to UNSW Social Work students. Article - Posted on 6 September 2017

The School of Social Sciences' Visiting Scholar from the Global South Fellowship, Dr Babere Chacha presented to UNSW Social Work students.

Dual Citizenship and Elected Office: Where Lies the Problem? Article - Posted on 22 August 2017

Associate Professor Geoffrey Levey, from the School of Social Sciences, comments on the dual citizenship and elected office saga, a common headline in current Australian politics.

Apply For An Aurora Internship Article - Posted on 2 August 2017

Applications for the summer 2017/18 Aurora Internship Program are now open. Arts & Social Sciences students are encouraged to apply for the program which provides a unique opportunity to work in native title, policy development, research and social justice.

Alumni Profile - Sam Guthrie Master of International Relations/International Political Economy Article - Posted on 2 August 2017

UNSW Arts & Social Sciences alumnus Sam Guthrie talks carving out a career in international relations and trade amidst the mining boom/dining boom and the rise of China.

Development Studies students published in Human Rights Defender magazine Article - Posted on 10 July 2017

We are very proud to announce that three of our students Blake Lambert, Michael Thai and Ming En Chin, are authors of articles featured in the Human Rights Defender magazine Issue 1, Volume 26.

Two years after the earthquake, why has Nepal failed to recover? Article - Posted on 7 July 2017

Dr Hemant Ojha, Professor Eileen Baldry and Dr Krishna K. Shrestha look at why Nepal has failed to recover two years after the earthquake

UNSW Arts & Social Sciences promotes Indigenous Strategy in NAIDOC Week Article - Posted on 3 July 2017

Arts & Social Sciences is celebrating NAIDOC Week with three events showcasing the work of our Indigenous colleagues, HDR and undergraduate students.

Celebrating Equity, Diversity and Inclusion for LGBTQIA Pride month Article - Posted on 26 June 2017

To celebrate Pride month in June, UNSW Arts & Social Sciences' LGBTQIA Working Group invited UNSW students, staff, alumni and allies to share positive statements in this video.

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Opinion
Three charts on: Australia’s booming prison population

The largest increases in Australia's prison numbers have been in remand, Indigenous and women prisoners, write Sophie Russell and Eileen Baldry.

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