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One woman's quest to keep ancient Inca language alive Article - Posted on 16 February 2018

UNSW academic Gabina Funegra is heading to Geneva for the UN's International Mother Language Day, where she will present her documentary about her quest to save the ancient Quechua language.

Three Weeks in India Article - Posted on 15 February 2018

Ten UNSW Arts & Social Sciences students have discovered today’s India during a three week residential program exploring the country’s politics, society and foreign policy.

PrEP approved for listing on Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme Article - Posted on 9 February 2018

CSRH welcomes the recommendation of the Pharmaceutical Benefits Advisory Committee that PrEP should receive a public subsidy in Australia.

UNSW wins largest share of latest ARC funding In The Media - Posted on 9 February 2018
UNSW and ACOSS join forces to tackle poverty and inequality In The Media - Posted on 8 February 2018

UNSW Sydney and the Australian Council of Social Service will work to tackle poverty and equality head on through a new collaboration launched on Thursday.

Investment in early childhood is critical to improving Australia's education outcomes In The Media - Posted on 2 February 2018

State and territory Early Childhood Education Ministers have called on the Commonwealth Government to recognise the clear link between high quality early childhood education and children doing better at school by committing to ongoing, adequate and sustainable funding for early childhood education.

Vale Jenny Kelsall Article - Posted on 30 January 2018

Professor Carla Treloar pays her respects to the late Jenny Kelsall, former Executive Officer of Harm Reduction Victoria and tireless advocate of the Australian drug users movement.

New study to protect older people In The Media - Posted on 23 January 2018

The Australian Institute of Family Studies has embarked on a new program to determine the extent of elder abuse in Australia.

Research aims to root out elder abuse In The Media - Posted on 15 January 2018

A new research project aims to expose a complex and mostly hidden problem.

Elder abuse under the spotlight In The Media - Posted on 15 January 2018

The Elder Abuse National Research Project, established to help build on the growing body of knowledge on the issue, is seeking input from our communities.

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It's time for a bipartisan approach to education

Ahead of a UNSW panel discussion about the impact of inequality on a child's education, Adrian Piccoli and Jihad Dib reframe the debate about Australian education.

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