In the absence of a Bill of Rights, defamation law may be the best way to regulate privacy and free speech online, a UNSW research paper suggests.
Anyone can use a discretionary trust but the beneficiaries of trusts are usually all part of the one family, writes Dale Boccabella.
UNSW has launched a new website to make it easier for students and staff to report sexual assault and sexual harassment, and find information on available support services.
This year’s Wynne prize standard is as haphazard as ever, perhaps partly due to the Trustees behaving like curators, rather than prize selectors, writes Prudence Gibson.
Many couples undergo multiple rounds of IVF. New stats give a more meaningful picture of the chances of having a baby, whether it’s the first or subsequent round of IVF, writes Georgina Chambers
A national constitutional convention is the best way to determine whether a proposed Indigenous advisory body can unify the nation, writes George Williams.
NSW parliamentarian and Paralympic gold medallist Liesl Tesch will join PLuS Alliance experts to discuss solutions to inequality at a public Grand Challenges panel event at UNSW on 20 July.
There’s been a resurgence of more inclusive forms of drag culture in Australia, and new kings are taking the stage.
The Referendum Council’s report is the conclusion of 18 months of consultation and discussion, including six months of regional dialogues with Indigenous people.
With thousands of people sleeping rough in our major cities each night, vacant ‘ghost’ apartments are a source of public outrage, writes Hal Pawson.