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The war in Syria may be ending, but is likely to bring a fresh wave of suffering

Wednesday, 17 Oct 2018

As the Syrian war enters its final stages, the future of the country and the Middle East hangs in the balance, says CSU Middle east expert Associate professor Mehmet Ozalp in The Conversation.

How the laws of ancient Rome could help victims of sexual harassment in Australia

Friday, 5 Oct 2018

CSU law expert Dr Bede Harris raises the question in The Conversation of why there appears to be no effective legal remedy for sexual harassment in Australia.

Why a separate holiday for Indigenous Australians misses the point

Thursday, 27 Sep 2018

CSU Associate Professor of Political Science Dominic O'Sullivan discusses, in The Conversation, why establishing a new national holiday to recognise the achievements of Indigenous Australians misses the point.

Ten reasons teachers can struggle to use technology in the classroom

Wednesday, 15 Aug 2018

Integrating technology into the classroom can have huge benefits, but it’s not always straight forward says CSU teaching expert Dr Brendon Hyndman in The Conversation.

Substance abuse treatment relies on good brain function, which many users don’t have

Wednesday, 15 Aug 2018

The most effective treatments for substance abuse are counselling approaches. But these methods won’t work for many of the people using these services, says CSU research fellow Dr Julaine Allan in The Conversation.

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