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Scars of memory and scales of justice: Kenya's history of political murder Article - Posted on 19 October 2017

Political killings have silently become bureaucratised and legitimised as an effective political tool in Kenya, according to Dr Babere Kerata Chacha, a leading expert on African history, and political assassinations and human rights in Africa.

New UNSW institute recognises David Gonski’s game changing contribution to education Article - Posted on 19 October 2017

The Gonski Institute for Education (GIE) has been official named in honour of UNSW Chancellor, David Gonski AC.

Inadequate income support payments are paving the way to poverty In The Media - Posted on 18 October 2017

Could you live on $38 a day?

Creative alumni residents honoured at Sydney Fringe Festival Article - Posted on 18 October 2017

Two SAM Alumni honoured for performance at Sydney Fringe Festival

Monitoring poverty: Australia needs to raise its game In The Media - Posted on 17 October 2017

The Sustainable Development Goals have put Australia’s policymakers on notice.

CSRH mourns the loss of collaborator and friend Levinia Crooks Article - Posted on 16 October 2017

Today the CSRH mourns the loss of a long term collaborator and advocate for the rights of people living with HIV, viral hepatitis and STIs.

Standard condom sizes are too large for the average penis In The Media - Posted on 15 October 2017

Diminished sensation while using condoms may come down to size.

Most men aren't wearing condoms and now we know why In The Media - Posted on 14 October 2017

Reports suggest men aren’t wearing condoms because of a global sizing problem.

National elder abuse peak body given green light In The Media - Posted on 5 October 2017

The Turnbull government has announced it will fund a new elder abuse peak body.

Announcement of government support to address elder abuse In The Media - Posted on 4 October 2017

Australia’s first national peak body for elder abuse has been announced, along with a number of other initiatives, as part of a $15 million Government election commitment to leading a national agenda to address elder abuse.