UNSW Business School graduate Dylan Booth is determined to change the landscape of Indigenous affairs in Australia.
Originally designed to display service times or bible quotations, church signs are becoming a site of political commentary, tackling everything from pill testing to refugee rights.
The terms of reference need to cover schools, prisons, homes, hospitals, mental health facilities as well as disability support institutions.
UNSW's Social Policy Centre has found a receptive audience in China.
It's ineffective to use drug dogs at festivals and in public places because they're much more likely to catch small-time users than suppliers.
Professor David Sanderson is applying his background in humanitarian response and management, to address the needs of people in the most vulnerable areas of the world.
At the annual public lecture, UNSW Associate Professor Limin Mao will discuss the results of 20 years of immersion in research of gay Asian men.
Alison Ritter has moved the Drug Policy Modelling Program from Medicine to Arts & Social Sciences to have more impact on drug policy.
Research shows small financial incentives for doing maths homework can increase maths achievement. But this raises some tricky ethical questions.
Australia's immigration department doesn't keep a record of the number of people applying for asylum at airports. This means there is no oversight over the treatment of those seeking protection.