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Painful histories must be acknowledged to achieve lasting peace Article - Posted on 15 September 2017

UNSW Global Development Week, 18 - 22 September.

Adrian Piccoli joins UNSW to lead new education institute In The Media - Posted on 6 September 2017

The Hon Adrian Piccoli is joining UNSW Sydney as director of newly created institute for education.

Indigenous students speak up In The Media - Posted on 30 August 2017

Indigenous students from Matraville Sports High School took top honours as they got a taste of what it’s like to address state parliament during a public speaking competition.

Melbourne school implements "failure week" to help students build resilience In The Media - Posted on 30 August 2017

Andrew Martin, Professor of Educational Psychology at UNSW featuring on the ABC program PM. 

Headspace workers wear purple for a day to support young LGBTIQA people In The Media - Posted on 27 August 2017

Headpace workers wore a variety of shades for Wear it Purple Day to support their local clients.

New budget standards show how inadequate Newstart has become In The Media - Posted on 25 August 2017

The level of Newstart Allowance for the unemployed is too low, writes Prof. Peter Saunders.

NDIS workforce troubles aired In The Media - Posted on 25 August 2017

The NDIS’s head agency provided pricing for clients that doesn't fully cover the cost of required support.

How much you really need to earn In The Media - Posted on 24 August 2017

A new UNSW study has revealed how much Australians really need to earn in order to enjoy a healthy standard of living.

New budget standards show Australia's social safety net is inadequate In The Media - Posted on 24 August 2017

Australian jobseekers relying on unemployment benefits cannot afford a basic standard of living, according to a new report, which is giving rise to calls from the social sector for an immediate increase to Newstart.

Newstart not enough to afford basic needs In The Media - Posted on 23 August 2017

Australians on unemployment benefits are falling far short of affording basic necessities week to week, a new analysis has found.