On the eve of National Close the Gap Day (19 March), two experts from Charles Sturt University’s run the rule over the Federal Government’s recent report on the program, which they say is lacking in substantive and meaningful outcomes
Ahead of International Women's Day, Dr Kelsey Richards reflects on what she learned from women who took part in her research project on gender equity in sport
A Charles Sturt University academic says a ransomware attack on the wool auction system shows cyber security should be a priority for all industries.
"Undoing over 200 years of fish declines will require a sustained effort, with a significant investment in recovery actions over a long period."
Content creators, storytellers and digital professionals are under ever more pressure to be on 24-7.
Professor of Food Sustainability at Charles Sturt University the Hon. Niall Blair discusses how Labor’s target of net zero emissions in Australia by 2050 provides huge opportunities for the nation’s agricultural sector to diversify and thrive.
" ... it is clear there are broad political and cultural conceptions of sovereignty that human rights require, over and above the narrow and absolute legal accounts on which courts rely."
Twelve years ago today, the government apologised to Indigenous Australians for the wrongs of the Stolen Generation. This was a significant date, and one that is worth reflecting on.
A Charles Sturt University expert explains some of the issues around Google’s intention to stop supporting third-party cookies in its Chrome browser.
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