UNSW has academic experts available to comment on May's federal government budget announcements.
Abandoning its WTO case is a quicker path to getting Australian barley back into China. It could also be a template for resolving tariff disputes over other products, including Australian wine.
Legislation is an unsatisfactory way to institute a Voice to Parliament because, among other reasons, it would make the body insecure and vulnerable to the whims of different governments.
If social media companies are restricted in how they collect, use and share Australians’ data, we can take significant steps toward protecting everyone from foreign interference.
The third report in a multi-year collaborative project shows strong support from business for strengthening the Modern Slavery Act.
We now know the wording of the Voice referendum and proposed constitutional amendment. But what may have been forgotten is how we got here in the first place – and why it matters.
The bill that has passed through the Senate provides for a robust referendum, although there is still room for improvement.
The 2023 QS Subject Rankings placed 19 UNSW subjects in the top 50 worldwide and five at number one in Australia.
An analysis of 12 popular apps’ privacy policies reveals a number of concerns, including confusing privacy messages and unnecessarily long data retention windows.
Organisations and unions across Australia are calling for whistleblower protections for migrant workers who report exploitation.