Social Affairs

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The Zane Alchin case was a lost opportunity to help set international benchmarks for holding men accountable for harassing and abusing women online, writes Emma Jane. 

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Belvoir St Theatre's production of Twelfth Night starring Keith Robinson in a wheelchair offers radical potential in cross-mobility casting – but Belvoir doesn't quite get there, writes Bryoni Trezise.

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Stan Grant delivers the Wallace Wurth Lecture at UNSW Sydney, a powerful and emotive speech entitled “From Reconciliation to Rights: Shaping a Bigger Australia."

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The Netflix series Stranger Things is a throwback to the glory days of cinematic horror. And as VHS disappears from our shelves, this show's 80s-infused nostalgia is doubly poignant, writes Mark Steven.

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Good governance is the right thing to do, and boosts the legitimacy of decision-making. If moral chivalry doesn't appeal, here are two more reasons: it's cost-efficient and delivers better solutions.

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Stan Grant, tonight awarded an honorary doctorate by UNSW, delivers the Wallace Wurth Lecture. This is an excerpt of Dr Grant's speech.

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More necessary than a royal commission is a truth and reconciliation commission and a treaty with Australia’s first peoples, journalist Stan Grant has told a packed audience at UNSW’s Wallace Wurth Lecture. 

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An Indigenous hepatitis project in Western Sydney could be expanded across NSW, thanks to input from UNSW health researchers.

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We need new media ethics for a digital and global world, Professor Stephen J.A. Ward will tell a public lecture at UNSW on Tuesday.

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It’s time our journalism developed a global ethic to match its global reach, writes Christopher Kremmer.

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