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Election promises need closer scrutiny: CSU expert

Thursday 9 Jun 2016

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'?

Students devise local solutions for global problems

Wednesday 1 Jun 2016

Access to adequate water and sanitation are accepted as normal in most of Australia, but are major problems for many people in developing countries.

CSU leads world's largest study of jury behaviour

Thursday 26 May 2016

The Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse has presented findings of research led by Charles Sturt University into how juries reason when deliberating on multiple counts of child sexual abuse.

Election policies must show compassion for refugees

Wednesday 25 May 2016

A CSU law and human rights expert has urged both major parties to show genuine leadership on asylum seeker policy during the Federal election campaign.

New immigrants re-energise regional Australia: national report

Tuesday 24 May 2016

New immigrants are filling important needs in regional Australia, bringing skills, innovation and vital labour to the agriculture sector, according to new research.

Are we really sorry when we write ‘sorry’?

Thursday 19 May 2016

CSU researchers have identified language that indicates whether or not someone is being genuine or false when they write 'sorry'.

Nurses lost in WW2 hospital ship sinking remembered

Monday 9 May 2016

The roles of Australian nurses in conflict will be remembered this Sunday 15 May during a ceremony in Bathurst to mark the sinking of the Australian Hospital Ship (AHS)Centaur

in 1943.

Industrial relations centre stage for Australian election

Wednesday 20 Apr 2016

A CSU political science academic says the Prime Minister has taken a significant risk in foreshadowing an early double dissolution election.

Whole-of-government approach to family violence offers hope

Friday 8 Apr 2016

CSU experts are optimistic that the recommendations of the Royal Commission into Family Violence in Victoria can benefit women and families in regional Australia.

Democracy, the Senate and party politics

Friday 18 Mar 2016

CSU political scientist Associate Professor Dominic O'Sullivan argues there's a need to overhaul Senate voting laws but that doesn't justify rushing legislation through.

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