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Justice Medal winner and social justice champion Professor Eileen Baldry has been appointed UNSW’s first Deputy Vice-Chancellor Inclusion and Diversity.

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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.

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A national constitutional convention is the best way to determine whether a proposed Indigenous advisory body can unify the nation, writes George Williams.

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The appointments of Darren Goodsir and Amir Mireskandari bring a new breadth and depth of experience to the UNSW External Relations team.

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NSW parliamentarian and Paralympic gold medalist Liesl Tesch will join PLuS Alliance experts to discuss solutions to inequality at a public Grand Challenges panel event at UNSW on 20 July.

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Former Vice-Chancellor Sir Rupert Myers will lead celebrations today marking the 50th anniversary of the signing of an agreement to provide officer cadets with degree studies for the first time.

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Global Security PLuS, a new think tank that mines the expertise of three of the world’s leading universities to identify and respond to threats in global security, will be launched at UNSW on 19 July.

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NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian has officially launched the NUW Alliance between the universities of New South Wales, Newcastle and Wollongong, a partnership dedicated to finding smart solutions to the State's biggest challenges.

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While much of the world’s attention was focused last week on the G20 meeting in Hamburg, a historic decision took place at the United Nations in New York.

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China’s audacious $1.8 trillion global infrastructure and construction project, touted as the new Silk Road, is a clear sign of the country’s ambition to be seen as a champion of globalisation and free trade, writes Martin Loosemore.

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