Australians have good reason to be wary of proposed counter-terrorism laws and should oppose measures limiting civil liberties according to CSU political philosopher Dr Piero Moraro.
CSU has expanded its footprint in the national capital with the opening of new offices in Canberra for teaching and research.
The extreme Sunni Islamic group ISIS – Islamic State in Iraq and Syria – is not supported by history as it claims to set up a fundamentalist Islamic state, and this has implications for Australia, say two CSU academics.
Australia needs to better secure its online world with improved cooperation between key players or we will suffer the consequences, says a group of cyber security experts from CSU.
A newly published book by a Charles Sturt University (CSU) philosophy academic is the first to examine how religious violence is justified.
The surprise announcement today by the NSW Premier, Mr Barry O'Farrell, that he will resign after misleading the NSW Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) with his testimony yesterday shows a flawed political system has a silver lining, according to a Charles Sturt University (CSU) academic.
The Australian Centre for Christianity and Culture (ACC&C) will formally welcome its new Executive Director, the Right Reverend Professor Stephen Pickard, in a ceremony at the national ecumenical centre in Canberra this evening.
An Australian trial of payments for living organ donors could be a model for other countries according to Charles Sturt University (CSU) medical ethicist Dr Alberto Giubilini.
The work of Pastor Cec Grant OAM, or Wiradjuri Elder Wongamar, in promoting higher education for Indigenous people will be remembered in the annual public lecture held in his honour Friday 21 March at the Australian Centre for Christianity and Culture (ACC&C) in Canberra.