" ... 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.
The head of Charles Sturt University’s Faculty of Science hopes her experiences and the opportunities offered to girls and women by the University will one day be mirrored in all fields and applications of science.
The Lord’s Prayer has it all, by orientating us to the universe as a focus for our worship.
A political science academic from Charles Sturt University examines the role political calculation and the structure of Australia’s federal electoral system played in the Bridget McKenzie saga.
Dr Brendon Hyndman, one of Australia’s leading educational researchers of school playground influences, discusses the importance of kids having opportunities to play both at school and home.
Adjunct Professor with the Institute for Land, Water and Society Max Finlayson urges Australians to take better care of our wetlands ahead of World Wetlands Day on Sunday 2 February.
Charles Sturt University Vice-Chancellor Professor Andrew Vann (pictured) says universities have 'a crucial role to play ... in minimising our own footprint and leading our nation’s minds to develop solutions for a planet that is warming up'.
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