A CSU expert argues the legacy of Julian Assange suggests that not all ‘whistleblowers’ promote freedom of speech, but use this important principle of democracy instead for their own self-promotion in ways that might damage democratic institutions.
A CSU social work academic says that social workers need to understand and work with local politics and power structures in order to do justice to social work values and principles.
As we celebrate International Women’s Day today (Friday 8 March), A CSU ageing expert reminds us to remember a group of women who are often lost in the media landscape.
The images of thousands of dead fish in the Darling River in recent media have shocked many and led to calls for action.
Deer numbers in Northeast Victoria have exploded in recent years as humans and deer compete for space and resources in the region, and a CSU researcher is investigating the human side of the problem.
Asked whether it is safe for a woman to run for exercise while pregnant, a CSU social science researcher gives a qualified ‘yes’, if …
Two CSU education academics say what’s right with Australia’s education system in The Conversation, after protests by Australian students last week demand greater action on climate change.
A leading Charles Sturt University (CSU) academic and person with a disability has called on Australia to celebrate diversity in its community, including people with disabilities.
CSU ecologist Professor David Watson has joined colleagues around Australia in describing how to measure the efforts to conserve native bird life across Australia in The Conversation.
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