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Hairdressers in rural Australia end up being counsellors too

Friday, 24 Feb 2017

A clinical psychologist and CSU academic looks at the role of professionals such as hairdressers in mental health in regional Australia, in an article originally published on The Conversation.

That lump of coal

Wednesday, 15 Feb 2017

In this article first published in The Conversation, Professor Clive Hamilton discusses the federal government's latest twists in the climate change debate.

Behind the conflict in central Kenya that’s costing lives and hitting tourism

Wednesday, 8 Feb 2017

In an article first published in The Conversation, Dr Jennifer Bond writes about the conflict in central Kenya.
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Behind the conflict in central Kenya that's costing lives and hitting tourism

NSW bail laws mean well but are landing homeless kids in prison

Monday, 19 Dec 2016

In an article, first published on The Conversation, senior lecturer Dr Katherine McFarlane from CSU's Centre for Law and Justice examines the impact of NSW Bail Laws on young people in the criminal justice system.

Orange by-election has implications for major political parties

Monday, 28 Nov 2016

A CSU political scientist says that the results of the Orange by-election should be a concern for both sides of politics as it suggests discontent with the major parties.

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