A First Nations academic said the situation in Wilcannia due to COVID-19 shows why people should be appalled at the treatment of marginalised communities during the pandemic.
A Charles Sturt expert weighs in on the ethics, legalities and personal choice of COVID-19 vaccines and the notion of making them compulsory.
A Charles Sturt First Nations leader said 200-plus years of systemic racism has declined the health of her people so drastically that poor health, and lack of access to COVID-19 vaccines and support, is threatening their existence in rural NSW.
A Charles Sturt University policing and security expert reflects on the ‘9/11’ terror attacks in the United States, a single event which suddenly and dramatically changed world history, and which no one saw coming.
A Speech Pathology Lecturer investigates the link between watching more television during lockdown and that British accent your child might be developing.
Two Charles Sturt academics explain what shariah law and how the Taliban is likely to use it during their shocking takeover of Afghanistan.
Two Charles Sturt University academics say the public discourse about the Australian Defence Forces (ADF) and studies of the role of army medics must be open to a spectrum of experiences so future problems are addressed before they reach crisis.
Academics are looking into ways to stop children who tested positive for COVID-19 being bullied after they return to school.
Charles Sturt academic contributes to research into how wildlife evolve to sense danger associated with bushfires, but not to predators.
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