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Student protests show Australian education does get some things right

Thursday, 6 Dec 2018

Two CSU education academics say what’s right with Australia’s education system in The Conversation, after protests by Australian students last week demand greater action on climate change.

Toppling bankers can be satisfying, but it’s not enough to heal a sick culture

Wednesday, 21 Nov 2018

Senior bank and insurance company executives are falling on their swords in the wake of the Banking Royal Commission. But simply changing leaders will not change these organisations to stop bad corporate behaviour, says CSU management commentator Mathew Donald in The Conversation.

Bainimarama wins again in Fiji, helped by muzzling the media, unions and the church

Wednesday, 21 Nov 2018

Josaia Bainimarama has been re-elected as Prime Minister in Fiji, which has severely limited press freedom and authoritarian rule to curb dissent, says CSU political commentator Dominic O'Sullivan in The Conversation.

If you can only do one thing for your children, it should be shared reading

Friday, 16 Nov 2018

CSU educational psychologist Cen Wang and ACU colleague Ameneh Shahaeian highlight the lasting benefits of parents reading with their children in The Conversation.

Two past coup leaders face off in Fiji election as Australia sharpens its focus on Pacific

Wednesday, 14 Nov 2018

CSU politics expert discusses the upcoming Fijian general election in The Conversation, just as Australia’s main political parties devote more attention to the western Pacific, driven by worries about China’s growing influence in the region.

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