Research at Charles Sturt University suggests a conceptual shift in communication strategies holds potential to improve public health through more directly and accurately addressing anti-vaccination concerns.
A Charles Sturt academic said there are now 2.5 million reasons to reaffirm our connection with wildlife ahead of World Wildlife Day on Wednesday 3 March.
In this Conversation article, Professor Dominic O’Sullivan argues that the Commonwealth’s recent proposals for a Voice to Government have provided a new way of thinking about the meaning of political equality.
Professor Dominic O’Sullivan argues that guaranteed Māori representation in local government will strengthen New Zealand’s democracy and bring councils into line with central government that has had Māori seats in parliament since 1867.
Charles Sturt’s Acting Vice-Chancellor discusses some of the opportunities that lie ahead for the higher education sector and predicts more and more universities will steer towards some largely unexplored avenues of collaboration and diversification.
In the wake of one of the most anticipated horse races in Australia, a psychology academic from Charles Sturt argues why horse racing should be reformed so limited financial incentives are attached to racing two-year-old horses.
Charles Sturt Associate Professor Gene Hodgins looks at the psychology of recovering after a disaster, such as the Australian bushfires from one year ago.
New book shows why Australia is not ‘one and free’ unless First Nations’ people share its sovereignty
A new book by Professor Dominic O’Sullivan explores the topic of Indigenous recognition and explains why recognition can help societies to create a fairer political system.
With International Day of People with Disability on Thursday 3 December, a Charles Sturt University academic with disabilities reflects on 2020 and asks whether anything has changed for those with a disability during COVID-19 lockdown restrictions?