Social Affairs

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Tonight I’ll be having new cycling lanes with a side of bike parking.

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Australia has tried it before, in the 1990s. The proportion of participants eventually getting unsubsidised jobs was low.

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A new UN-HABITAT global lecture from UNSW Professor David Sanderson provides ten takeaways for improving humanitarian action after disasters.

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At the core of the most pressing global issues of our time is a crisis of identity, where culture meets ecology.

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Four reporters joined the showdown with the Kelly gang 140 years ago. They became part of the story and set the tone for a legend.

Fish engraving on the Burrup Peninsula in Pilbara Western Australia

Cultural heritage laws were designed to help communities find their commonalities and build peace, not blindly protect disputed artefacts of our past, says UNSW's Dr Lucas Lixinski.

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Senior Lecturer Bryoni Trezise discusses how the pandemic has promoted the need for creativity and why it's essential to the education of our children.
 

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UNSW Sydney is leading a response to the coronavirus pandemic and the particular disadvantages it creates for women.

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Priority groups at risk of blood borne viruses and sexually transmissible infections still likely to experience negative behaviour from the general public and in healthcare settings.

Woman wearing facemark that says I can't breathe and Aboriginal flag facepaint at a protest against Indigenous deaths in custody

As #BlackLivesMatter protests echo around the world, Australia must address the lack of accountability for its own Indigenous deaths in custody, UNSW experts say.

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