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One hundred Cambodian families living in poverty will benefit from a bamboo community centre designed and built by UNSW Master of Architecture students.

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Labor’s Kate Ellis told Q&A millions of taxpayer dollars were spent on a refugee resettlement plan in Cambodia and “very few lives were changed”. What was Ellis talking about – and was she correct? Madeline Gleeson investigates.

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Student volunteers are breathing life into ailing medical machines in rural Cambodia, returning home with valuable insights into a country with a complex past. 

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Engineering student Ojasvi Chavali reports from rural Cambodia where he and 16 fellow UNSW students volunteered at local hospitals to help bring ailing medical machines back to life. 

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A chance high school encounter with a fundraiser for a Cambodian orphanage set fifth-year law student Sonia Flaherty on a course with history.

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The asylum bill introduced into Parliament last week is an extraordinary display of disdain for international law – and its fundamental misunderstanding of it, writes Jane McAdam.

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Sustainable energy students are seeing their housing and energy projects brought to life in Cambodia as part of a re-imagined hands-on course within UNSW's Faculty of Engineering.

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It is not only bad policy but also unfair for the Government to send asylum seekers to a poor country like Cambodia when it is Australia that should be honouring its responsibilities, writes Joyce Chia.

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The architects of Cambodia's famed Angkor- the world's most extensive medieval "hydraulic city" - unwittingly engineered its environmental collapse, says research by UNSW scientists and a team of international scholars.