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The ABS is wrong: Inequality is getting worse in Australia In The Media - Posted on 27 September 2017

Christopher Sheil writes about the latest Australian Bureau of Statistics report and how it reflects on economic inequality.

The ABS is wrong: Inequality is getting worse in Australia In The Media - Posted on 19 September 2017

The Australian Bureau of Statistics announced this week that "inequality has remained stable since 2013-4". The ABS's report came as a welcome respite. Or did it?

Internship Opportunities for I&T Students In The Media - Posted on 16 June 2017

Masters of Interpreting student Roberta Marinelli completed an internship with the Commission for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources. Read about her experience here.

Yumiko Hashimoto reading of a short novel by Dazai Osamu featured on SBS Radio In The Media - Posted on 24 May 2017

Yumiko Hashimoto's reading of a short novel by Dazai Osamu, one of the most influential 20th century novelists in Japan, was featured on SBS radio.

UNSW team places 2nd at Kings College 'Day of Crisis' Competition In The Media - Posted on 4 May 2017

The Bachelor of International Studies team representing UNSW came 2nd out of 10 international teams, some of whom were master's students. A special mention to Benjamin Nicols who won a prize for best orator on the day.

Language students assist the ACAP Secretariat for another year In The Media - Posted on 6 March 2017

UNSW Interpreting students interned with the ACAP in Hobart between 13 and 17 February 2017.

Could brain chips make us superhuman? In The Media - Posted on 24 January 2017

Can brain chips and other neuro-technologies offer the possibility not only of reversing injuries, but also create superhumans? Dean of UNSW Arts & Social Sciences, Professor Susan Dodds, contributes to the discussion.

Professor Doumanis creates Greek Australian archive In The Media - Posted on 4 January 2017

With the support of the State Library and UNSW, Associate Professor Nicholas Doumanis will document the fast disappearing first generations of Greek Australians

When the parent works overseas, what happens to the Filipino Family? In The Media - Posted on 12 December 2016

Dr Mina Roces speaks on how many Overseas Filipino Workers (OFW) have left their children under the care of a family member to enable them to provide a better future for their children, leading to often complicated reunions. 

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How history can challenge the narrative of blame for homelessness

While homelessness is becoming more visible, it is not new in affluent societies like Australia, writes Anne O'Brien.

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