The study of the Holocaust, as the ultimate example of genocide, allows teachers to raise the universal message of human rights abuses and mass violence.
Evonne Goolagong Cawley's biography is an intimate and personal play, tempered with humour and love.
The launch of the new UNSW Library Digital Collections shines a light on this exciting and highly accessible material.
We still need to do more to reduce stigma and discrimination towards people living with HIV, says UNSW Research Fellow Timothy Broady.
Dr Andy Kaladelfos, Lecturer in Criminology talks about the importance of Transgender Day of Remembrance.
The funding is part of a $174 million package Labor has promised to boost equity in higher education for Indigenous and low income students.
The urgency for Australia to understand the drivers of terrorism has never been so critical, writes Steve Killelea, Founder and Executive Chairman of the Institute for Economics and Peace.
In his only public appearance in Sydney, Institute for Economics and Peace founder Steve Killelea will present the findings of the latest Global Terrorism Index and take part in a panel discussion at UNSW.
A conference at UNSW on 15 November will bring together leading academics and practitioners to explore successful strategies for improving students’ literacy
Phil Scraton, whose work helped uncover the truth behind the Hillsborough stadium disaster that killed 96 people in 1989, will deliver a free public lecture at UNSW on 31 October.