If Australia's defence planners can clearly identify the types of conflicts that are likeliest to engage the ADF, then the 2015 white paper should deliver an affordable and capable defence force, writes Alan Dupont.
A panel of experts, including Disability Discrimination Commissioner Graeme Innes, will tackle some of the thorny issues surrounding disability at UNSW's new public lecture series, Says Who?
Sixty years have passed since Marlon Brando starred in the 1954 classic On The Waterfront, which marked a year of sheer, concentrated brilliance in international cinema, writes Julian Murphet.
Our attachment to species on the edge of extinction and the loss of everyday social rituals are some of the issues to be canvassed by UNSW academics at this year’s Sydney Writers’ Festival.
A new study by UNSW’s Gendered Violence Research Network highlights the devastating effects of sexual violence and its impact on employees in the workplace.
Mid-career policy makers aiming to become leaders in public policy development will benefit from a new professional doctorate.
A new initiative is providing PhD candidates in Arts and Social Sciences with the opportunity to gain quality teaching experience before they graduate.
Although often purely sensationalist, horror films offer a radical shake up of the genre system, argues Julian Murphet.
A national crowdsourcing campaign led by UNSW’s Social Policy Research Centre is giving young Australians the opportunity to share their opinions about cyberbullying.
The return to white male dominance in Australian politics provokes questions for women and other groups about the relevance of our current political system, writes Louise Chappell.