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Don Dale royal commission demands sweeping change – is there political will to make it happen? In The Media - Posted on 17 November 2017

“Systemic and shocking failures” revealed in NT’s youth justice/child protection systems.

The missing story: young people and domestic violence In The Media - Posted on 7 November 2017

UNSW Professor Eileen Baldry contributes to Q&A panel on young people and violence, hosted by Marrickville Legal Centre. 

We asked a Uni professor for advice on making music venues/events safer spaces In The Media - Posted on 6 November 2017

UNSW's Dr Bianca Fileborn will be speaking at this month's Electronic Music Conference.

Me Too: Exposing the prevalence of sexual assault and harassment In The Media - Posted on 25 October 2017

Dr Bianca Fileborn comments on the Me Too movement and the allegations against Harvey Weinstein. 

What the Harvey Weinstein case tells us about sexual assault disclosure In The Media - Posted on 17 October 2017

The power disparity between Harvey Weinstein and his alleged victims plays into a range of myths and stereotypes about women, writes Dr Bianca Fileborn, Lecturer in Criminology in the School of Social Sciences, UNSW Sydney

'Happy ending' massage shops vs 'legitimate' ones: Can you spot the difference? In The Media - Posted on 7 October 2017

Dr Helen Pringle speaks to SBS Thai.

Menzies, the Cold War and South East Asia In The Media - Posted on 6 October 2017

Andrea Benvenuti

Greece mourns slain anti-fascist rapper Pavlos Fyssas In The Media - Posted on 27 September 2017

Nicholas Apoifis comments on the commemorative movement after self-professed Golden Dawn member stabbed leftist rapper Killah P to death in Piraeus four years ago on September 18.

TES talks to Jung-Sook Lee: ‘Cultural capital’ and academic success In The Media - Posted on 19 September 2017

Imposing cultural norms will not lead to academic success.

Leading transformation in the Hindu-Kush Himalayas In The Media - Posted on 7 September 2017

Dr Krishna K. Shrestha and Dr Hemant Ojha, from the UNSW School of Social Sciences, have spent two decades researching environmental, social and political issues in the Himalayan region, generating critical knowledge that will help put policies and practices in place to build resilience in the region; allowing productive, sustainable livelihoods and fostering economic development in the face of climate change and various social and political complexities.

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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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