Social Affairs

Hybrid meeting

Are the CEOs of the world right in predicting that workers will be back in the office full-time by 2026? Not according to UNSW Sydney researcher Iva Durakovic.

young girl sitting against wall

UNSW-led research recommends significant investment in early intervention measures to prevent child sexual abuse.

9 nurses who are all women stand in a row in their scrubs

Efforts to reduce segregation by gender in Australia’s labour market face persistent resistance, say researchers for the Fair Work Commission.

Two teachers talking inside a classroom

New research shows how collaboration between teachers is linked to greater job satisfaction.

Author Stephanie Ward

Could teenagers get on with older people and vice versa? Turned out, they could. And both flourished.

for lease signs

The tiny remote community of Santa Teresa spent seven years fighting for compensation for poor public housing. Now that the High Court has ruled in their favour, what does it mean for other renters?

Maths games

Developing children’s understanding of maths helps them navigate personal, social and political challenges, says an expert from UNSW Arts, Design & Architecture.

Woman reading on her phone in bed

Fixating on sleep can make your sleep worse. But some people crave the connection online sleep communities provide.

A yard crammed with junk

Addressing the emotional and behavioural drivers of hoarding through therapy is crucial. But sometimes, a harm-avoidance approach is best.

Caring for carers

Understanding how caring ends is integral for improving support for carers, says an expert from UNSW’s Centre for Social Research in Health.