The prospect of increasing private funding for community services raises questions about relationships between governments, markets and communities, write Natasha Cortis and Megan Blaxland.
Replica tents, toys created from old car tyres, and bedding, food and cooking equipment will help Sydneysiders understand the daily realities of living in a refugee camp.
More than half a million Chinese orphans have been assisted by UNSW research over the past decade. Now the launch of a new program will ensure that work is continued.
We cannot accept a world where women are considered the collateral damage of war, Foreign Minister Julie Bishop has told a symposium attended by UNSW experts.
Young, newly diagnosed HIV-positive gay men need more support to access the anti-retroviral therapies that could save their lives.
Lack of certainty about funding is a key problem affecting the community sector’s ability to deliver crucial services, new research has revealed.
It's possible that foreign aid might do a better job at buying influence and deterring aggression than spending $12 billion on new jet fighters, writes Adam Lockyer.
The NSW government has announced Associate Professor Leanne Dowse as the University's inaugural Chair in Intellectual Disability and Behaviour Support.
The challenge for Australia is to help persuade Beijing that muscular unilateralism is contrary to China’s own interests as well as the region’s, writes Alan Dupont.
The author of A Girl is a Half-Formed Thing, Eimear McBride, has described the method behind her unusual writing style at a Sydney Writers’ Festival event at UNSW.