Rosalind Dixon

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A discussion on gender representation in politics has heard Australia risks going backwards if more is not done to help female politicians.

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Women should be given incentives to work in Parliament, rather than being forced to leave, says new report.

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A new Education Partnership will see academics on stage, students volunteering and engagement with the broad UNSW community.

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The Fellows have secured more than $9.5 million for projects in engineering, law, science, business, the humanities and medicine.

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A lack of transparency and good policy has created a challenge for trust in political leaders, says a UNSW Sydney constitutional law expert.

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UNSW has various experts available for comment on the 2020 US presidential election.

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UNSW celebrates the Centre’s successful engagement in key public law debates, human rights charters, technology and the law.

Rosalind Dixon

A new UNSW Sydney report proposes new models for job sharing that are more appealing and beneficial to both employers and employees than traditional arrangements.

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What if we were part-paid in something that was like shares in the firm we worked for, except better? It might give us better pay rises.

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Professor Rosalind Dixon is a Professor of Law at UNSW. One of her current research areas is constitutional law. She has conducted extensive research on fragile democracies, such as Hungary and Nicaragua, as well as democratic backsliding.

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