Police raids without charge and compulsory detention and questioning rarely register as state-sanctioned terror because we're told they keep us safe, writes Dr Vicki Stentas.
A new resource is being launched to tackle mental health problems among people with an intellectual disability and to improve the system that is currently failing them.
Video games offer new ways to engage and connect with students, writes Michael Kasumovic.
This week’s budget is only the first act in the big economic drama that will take many years to play out, writes Geoffrey Garrett.
Academics from UNSW’s Australian School of Business will give their independent analysis of the 2014 Federal Budget in a live roundtable discussion on Wednesday morning.
Just days before she is due to deliver an annual human rights lecture at UNSW, Zimbabwean lawyer and government critic Beatrice Mtetwa is again facing criminal charges.
Trauma and mental health, particularly post-traumatic stress disorder, will have a dedicated research focus with the establishment of the first clinical professorial chair of its type in Australia.
What do the Coen brothers stand for in US cinema today, asks Julian Murphet.
A UNSW researcher has discovered that heart muscle cells retain the ability to replicate well into preadolescence, overturning more than a century of scientific theory.
UNSW has recognised the success and leadership of seven of its most outstanding graduates at the 2014 Alumni Awards.