UNSW Arts & Social Sciences

Podcasts can make research more accessible and relevant.

A PhD student, a Masters student and an academic from the School of Humanities & Languages are making their research more accessible and relevant.

The Strait of Hormuz.

States can’t pick and choose when to invoke international law for protection on a particular issue and then ignore, contravene or decry it on other matters.

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Perpetrators use a range of strategies to undermine the security of their victims, says Associate Professor and co convenor of UNSW’s Gendered Violence Research Network, Jan Breckenridge.

Wall Street

Most of Australia's biggest companies are majority-owned by US investors. This concentration of overt foreign influence should concern us.

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The outspoken comedian and human rights activist was honoured for her service to the performing arts and the social sciences.

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The Social Policy Research Centre’s Professor Alison Ritter believes around 500 people will be placed on income management during the Coalition’s proposed trial.

A truck transports coal from open cut mine in Queensland.

A lecture hosted by UNSW’s Practical Justice Initiative will discuss how urgently we need to act to stop the impact of coal and liquefied natural gas exports on climate change.

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A new study reveals our collective reluctance to accept that women might be paying for sex. 

Olli Kangas

Professor Olli Kangas will discuss what happened when Finland paid unemployed people a basic wage for two years

Open Day 2018

Potential students and their families can learn all about life and study at UNSW Sydney this Saturday, with hundreds of exciting events and a $5,000 study prize on offer.

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