COVID-19 has upturned uses of public spaces that we took for granted. Will shifts in the regulation of these spaces lead to a change in thinking about who “owns” the city?
In Apartheid’s Shadow explores how apartheid, and the vast transnational movement against it, is a difficult reminder of Australia’s own racialised past and discriminatory present.
Misinformation, opportunism and a myriad of day-to-day issues may dwarf the threat of COVID-19 in Africa, says UNSW expert.
Students in year 12, as well as those who need foundational skills right before starting school, are among those the NSW government should prioritise during the staggered return to school.
UNSW Professor Emery Schubert discusses what sort of music we like to listen to in the midst of a crisis.
Making art is another way children can find contentment in isolation.
Two top UNSW academics are calling for an end to the homelessness crisis in Australia that will last beyond COVID-19.
Professor Elizabeth Fernandez on helping children cope with uncertain times.
A study asked 2,000 teachers and school leaders across Australia how students from primary school to year 12 have changed in the last five years, and what might explain these changes.
Gonski Institute for Education research reveals Australian educators’ perspectives on children, digital technology, health and learning.