The UN has twice called on Australia to dismantle its indefinite detention system for people with cognitive impairments and mental illness, which disproportionately affects Indigenous people.
Revered academic and advocate Eileen Baldry leads the list of UNSW Sydney recipients of 2021 Australia Day Honours.
UNSW Sydney is leading a response to the coronavirus pandemic and the particular disadvantages it creates for women.
The Times Higher Education University Impact Rankings measure the progress of universities working to achieve the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals.
A UNSW Law report is a clear call to action for the NSW Government and relevant departments and agencies to ensure people are adequately supported in their transition from prison to the community.
New research shows the community wants a range of skills other than those that relate to 'stressful' Year 12 exams to also be considered for university entry assessment.
UNSW’s third appearance at Mardi Gras created a sense of empowerment for students and staff.
Children are still being held in police cells and juvenile detention for low-range offences, under alarming conditions. Here's how their mental health and future prospects suffer.
Aboriginal mothers in prison feel intergenerational trauma and the forced removal of their children are the most significant factors impacting their health and well-being.
In several Australian prisons, babies and toddlers live with their mothers who are serving time. Keeping young children with their mums is a good thing, but they need to be better supported.