Social Affairs

Australia actually has the lowest middle or upper class welfare in the OECD, write Professor Peter Whiteford and Dr Gerry Redmond.

UNSW has thanked its million dollar-plus donors for their generous support at an event hosted by the Chancellor and Vice-Chancellor.

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Australia should invest the proceeds of its mining boom in education, shadow minister for communications Malcolm Turnbull has told the U21 dinner at UNSW.

One in seven Australian adults are either fully or severely excluded from accessing basic financial services, according to new research by the Centre for Social Impact at UNSW and the National Australia Bank.

UNSW is hosting the Annual Presidents' Meeting and Global Ideas Roundtable of Universitas 21 - an international network of leading research-intensive universities from 15 countries.

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Clever UNSW designs for improved healthcare, surf safety and emergency response are among the finalists of Australia's top student industrial design competition.

It would take only a single inspirational politician to change the media and political landscape, according to one of Australia's pre-eminent journalists, Kerry O'Brien, who delivered the flagship Wallace Wurth Memorial lecture.

The launch of a new report on convergent media by the Journalism and Media Research Centre, will provide new foundations for the national debate.

It's about time Australia became a card carrying member of the global R&D club, argue Professors Fred Hilmer and Les Field.

UNSW's Centre for Refugee Research has been selected by the United Nations to help international female refugees present their stories of survival, marking the 60th anniversary of the Refugee Convention.