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Gandhi statue on UNSW Library Lawn

Harvard professor and human rights advocate Martha Minow, in conversation with George Williams, explores how law, justice and forgiveness intersect. 

Alison Bashford

ARC Laureate Professor of History Alison Bashford has been recognised for her wide-ranging work that goes beyond national borders.

a man walks past anz automatic tellers in a wall

The Reserve Bank should stick to its guns. Australia's economy still needs all the support it can get.

ian jacobs on the UNSW library lawn

Professor Ian Jacobs said he made the difficult decision to resign so he could provide more support to family members in the United Kingdom.

a woman takes part in a video call in her home office

Most Australians working from home were happy to do so before COVID hit, but research has identified several key factors in whether these arrangements work out well.

Eileen Baldry on the rainbow steps, UNSW Mall walkway

Revered academic and advocate Eileen Baldry leads the list of UNSW Sydney recipients of 2021 Australia Day Honours.

three indigenous children sitting on a rock and smiling

As a 'Voice' that would allow Indigenous Australians to have a say in parliamentary and government decisions that affect them takes shape, it is vital it be enshrined in our Constitution.

aboriginal flag and australian flag flying at parliament house canberra

There is a quiet process underway, aimed at achieving the recognition of the First Nations that has so far eluded Australia.

a numbat stands on a log

The first Threatened Species Strategy fizzled out last year without making a big difference to conservation. With the next strategy due to roll out this year, let's look at what needs to change.

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Joe Biden's middling economic policies are a chance to cut through the bitter polarisation of US politics.

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