As the Australian War Memorial’s inaugural artist-in-residence, PhD candidate Baden Pailthorpe will develop new work exploring the impact of war on society.
With the conflict in Syria continuing with no end in sight, is it time for true foreign intervention to solve the crisis, asks Anthony Billingsley.
The Gonski school funding reforms are not a silver bullet for closing the education gap between our lowest and highest-achieving students, argues Leila Morsy.
People with disabilities face extraordinary barriers to justice, experts have warned at an Australian Human Rights Commission meeting held at UNSW.
John Kaldor’s ambitious public art project, 13 Rooms, is providing fertile ground for UNSW research and creativity.
An historical account of double-entry bookkeeping and a novel exploring human-animal relationships have won two PhD students places on the NSW Premier’s Literary Awards shortlist.
The legal penalties associated with sexting are too harsh, and adult reactions can increase young people’s sense of shame, UNSW-led research has found.
Julia Gillard has achieved a significant foreign policy coup in China, although progress has stalled on a bilateral free-trade agreement, writes Laurie Pearcey.
It is important for Australia to get a front row seat in China so soon after the dust has settled on the country's new leadership, writes Laurie Pearcey.
Ironically, the most important outcome of improved defence ties with Indonesia may well be political rather than strategic, writes Alan Dupont.