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Academic Board results - Congratulations Janet Chan, Brynn Hibbert and Carol Longbott Article - Posted on 6 August 2008

Voting for the President and two Deputy Presidents of the Academic Board is now complete.

UNSW Gamelan Ensemble Inspires New Forms of Music Learning and Cross-Cultural Friendships Article - Posted on 9 October 2000

Three months on, the UNSW Gamelan Ensemble reflect on their learnings from their recent trip to the 2015 Bali Arts Festival.

Award-Winning Journalist and UNSW Alumnus, Ben Doherty, to Inspire Next Generation Article - Posted on 9 October 2000

Prospective postgraduate students will have the opportunity to meet award-winning journalist and Alumnus, Ben Doherty at the UNSW Arts & Social Sciences Postgraduate Information Evening.

Introducing Eileen Baldry Article - Posted on 2 June 2000

After eight and a half fruitful years, we farewell James Donald and welcome Eileen Baldry as interim Dean of Arts Social Sciences.

A Message from the Dean Article - Posted on 2 June 2000
James Donald’s Book Launch and Farewell Article - Posted on 2 June 2000

A jam-packed room of guests. A famous jazz trio. Smooth saxophone tones and swaying hips. Loosened lips. That’s definitely the right way to launch a book on two African American stars, Josephine Baker and Paul Robeson, and their legacy of 1920s music, dance, film and politics.

TBA Article - Posted on 30 November 1999

Kunduz Investigation Raises Fresh Questions Opinion - Posted on 30 November -0001

The Kundez hospital bombing raises questions about how the West fights its wars.

Terror and a Climate of Fear Surrounds the Paris Summit Opinion - Posted on 30 November -0001

What's missing from current climate change debates is a compelling, science-based national security narrative, writes Alan Dupont.

When refugees bring real benefits to host communities In The Media - Posted on 30 November -0001

A remote Kenyan camp delivers social and economic advantages.

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Opinion
Why duck shooting season still isn’t on the endangered list

It's unpopular with the public and kills endangered and non-game birds – but that hasn't stopped duck shooting, writes Siobhan O'Sullivan.

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Africa in Transition: Governance, Society and Culture 9am - 5pm

UNSW is proud to host the 41st AFSAAP Conference, bringing together…

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