Recent elections have prompted a CSU academic to ask, 'has the democratic idea of 'one person, one vote' passed its use-by date?'
CSU is tapping into virtual technology to give allied health students a unique learning experience.
Australia has voted in the 2016 federal election and neither of the two major political parties can claim a clear majority. So, what happens next?
The votes have been cast but the make-up of the next Australian Parliament is still not clear. CSU experts are available for analysis and comment.
A CSU expert on constitutional law believes Australia's voting system is unfair, government ministers have poor accountability and the country offers limited protection for human rights, and has called for comprehensive reform of the Constitution.
The Australian Army has called on a CSU expert to advise it on the ethical, political and legal dilemmas it will face when using drones and cyber-warfare in the coming century.
CSU research shows more Coalition voters accept climate change is real and are willing to pay nearly as much as Labor voters for carbon policies such as a carbon tax or direct action.
With 2016 federal election pre-polling now open, important differences have emerged between the major parties and all parties need greater scrutiny, a CSU academic says.
A new community safety program aimed at preparing communities to protect residents' health and wellbeing during major bushfires has been developed using CSU research.
Announcing election promises is the 'bread-and-butter' of election campaigns, but how can Australian voters sort out the credible announcements from the 'election hype'?