Moot team web

A team of UNSW Law students has won the prestigious Pictet International Humanitarian Law Competition.

Sri Lanka is regarded as a development success story. However, despite good social indicators, it has had more then its fair share of setbacks.

AHRC symposium web

How is the changing environment impacting on human rights? Leading experts will debate the issue at the Australian Human Rights Centre's symposium, Securing the Environment: the challenge of protecting human rights in a changing environment to be held at UNSW.

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The recent downpours in coastal Sydney have not all disappeared down the drains. About eight Olympic swimming pools of water have been collected in UNSW's percolation pit - most of which has been returned to groundwater supplies.

Relay For Life web

UNSW's student organisation Arc and the NSW Cancer Council joined forces to raise more than $22,000 for cancer research when they hosted the UNSW-Cancer Council Relay For Life.

Voiceless Chickens web

The legal rights of animals and how they can best be protected will be discussed when UNSW hosts the first annual Voiceless Animal Law Lecture.

Sri lanka web

Deepika Udagama, Head of the Department of Law at the University of Colombo, will present the annual Ingram Lecture at UNSW.

Sydney Harbour web

UNSW academic Professor James Weirick will be a key player in a panel of Sydney's leading urban design, architectural and planning experts that has been established by the City of Sydney Council to review major development proposals.

Christine outram web

UNSW alumnus and part-time tutor in the Faculty of the Built Environment, Christine Outram, has been awarded the prestigious Marten Bequest Travelling Scholarship for Architecture.

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Arts/Law student Fiona Cunningham has won the UNSW Harvard Travel Scholarship.