UNSW Professor Jeremy Moss explains the significance of the global environmental movement, and the importance it holds on climate change.
New regulations are increasing the costs for promoters rather than concentrating on what we know works to improve safety.
A joint study finds unsettling evidence the aged care system is overlooking older people’s basic social and emotional needs as part of accepted business practices.
Can we describe music in more ways than words? Can music evoke particular colours, shapes and senses?
Two Social Policy Research Centre studies have looked at ways to keep women safe in their homes.
After paying rent, more than half of low-income tenants don't have enough left over for other essentials. And the latest evidence shows nearly half of them are stuck in this situation for years.
The GVRN unites the significant domestic and international research expertise of UNSW to respond, prevent and eliminate gendered violence in Australia and beyond.
FASS professors Deborah Lupton and Leanne Dowse are part of a multi-university project to ensure autonomous decision-making technologies are used ethically, responsibly and inclusively.
A unique study and podcast series is examining gay and bisexual men’s use of crystal methamphetamine.
Grace Karskens is Professor of History in the School of Humanities and Languages at UNSW. Her research areas include Australian colonial history, urban history, cross-cultural history and environmental history.