In a review of former US President Barack Obama’s memoir, A Promised Land, a leading Charles Sturt University social work academic argues that the basic approaches of Obama’s community organising are similar to those of professional social work.
That first Easter told in the voice of a woman …
A leading Charles Sturt University agriculture academic argues a major change of mindset is needed on Australia’s need for water sustainability, because doing nothing is no longer an option.
In the aftermath of the Christchurch mosque shootings, a team of researchers surveyed mosques in Australia to gauge the extent of anti-Muslim attacks on these places of worship. In this article, the researchers discuss their findings.
A Charles Sturt University academic argues the recent purchase of former PM Gough Whitlam’s home in Cabramatta, to being developed as a heritage site, will benefit Australians passionate about politics, leadership and social history.
Because COVID-19 will not be the last coronavirus pandemic, a Charles Sturt University academic argues future-proofing new buildings in the post-COVID environment must embrace the principles of universal design and lessons from the current pandemic.
A social work researcher examines the Royal Commission’s final report and has said while some recommendations will lead to progress, gaps exist in terms of training, accessible information and meeting cultural, personal and spiritual needs.
An information science expert says although social media has changed many norms – from speech to relationships to social experiences – it is important we consider the paradoxes that surround social media and the beliefs many have towards these norms.
A Charles Sturt University agriculture expert says a ban on genetically modified crops is no longer needed in NSW because the technology has been shown to be safe and beneficial for agriculture and the environment.
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