The release of a key Red Cross report at UNSW Sydney highlighted the risk to low-income communities in the Asia-Pacific.


New reading to savour for the summer, including the future of artificial intelligence, a voice from inside the Manus Island detention centre, the untold story of the vote for marriage equality, the best science writing of 2018, and the story of Australian chefs overcame their fear of garlic.


Student-led coffee start-up Bugisu Project is thinking big, with gender equality, fair distribution of profits and a zero waste policy as defining goals of the business, write Kate Stanton and Penny Jones.


Frustrated by the distortions, two refugees funded a centre focused on the facts about people seeking asylum.  


UNSW's participation in Sculpture by the Sea was a major step in improving understanding of post-traumatic stress disorder, writes Lucy Carroll.


UNSW Sydney is installing a second rainwater capture and reuse pit under its Kensington campus to reduce stormwater damage and replenish water supplies in the local area. 


Pat Anderson has been honoured for her advocacy of social justice and lasting change for Australia’s First Peoples. 

Renata and Andrew Kaldor

Andrew and Renata Kaldor, former refugees who have used their career success to influence refugee law and policy, have been recognised for their exceptional contribution to society.

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In a lively panel discussion at UNSW, university and business leaders from across Australia discuss how higher education institutions can keep pace with the ever-changing demands of the workplace.


What will happen in the next sexual revolution? When will machines become smarter than humans? The Festival of Dangerous Ideas, presented this year for the first time in conjunction with UNSW, asked some fascinating questions.