Knowing the clients who inject drugs in Sydney’s only injecting centre gives staff a better chance to deliver more suitable overdose treatment.
Now is the time for governments to review tenancy laws to better protect tenants.
Behind the planning process sits an opaque system of automated decision-making. It rests on a generated plan, called a ‘typical support package’.
The budget earmarked worthwhile climate measures, but many are piecemeal. Amid record-breaking extreme weather in Australia, federal spending on climate action still falls well short.
An Aboriginal-led research project is developing greater understanding of the complex challenges Aboriginal families face reunifying with children removed to out-of-home care.
While the Productivity Commission’s critique of the national housing agreement is justified, its faith in the market is not. The Albanese government is right to invest in building social housing.
Last week, the Senate inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women and children found Indigenous women are eight times more likely to be murdered. What needs to happen?
A UNSW Sydney and ACOSS partnership research report shows people in poverty are falling behind the rest of society.
A growing body of data and knowledge from overseas studies could inform Australia’s recreational cannabis laws, says a UNSW Sydney expert in drug policy research.
Key to reduced anxiety and exam success is creating a study environment where students can thrive, says a UNSW Sydney educational psychology researcher.