In a book to be launched by former leader of the Liberal Party Dr John Hewson, a Charles Sturt University constitutional law expert argues that the Australian constitution is so defective that we need an entirely new one.
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A Charles Sturt University PhD candidate co-authors an article for The Conversation that sheds light on how certain behaviours of Australia’s wildlife can change with variation in ambient light, phases of the Moon and cloud cover.
A Charles Sturt academic highlights the important role of libraries within Australia’s prison system, from helping inmates connect with individuals and communities inside and outside of prison, to assisting former inmates adjust to life after prison.
A Charles Sturt academic highlights the systemic racism in New Zealand’s health system and says creating an independent Māori authority, focused on improving Māori health, will help to eliminate political inequities and ensure meaningful Māori voice.
Two researchers say the 21st anniversary of Timor-Leste’s referendum for independence and its success against COVID-19 are timely reminders of the nation’s strength and resilience and for Australia to let go of its ‘White Saviour’ view of Timor-Leste.
Two academics say National Skills Week (24 to 30 August) is a reminder gender equity and inclusion are the solution to the ‘tradie’ skills shortage in regional Australia, and skills are the fundamental basis for all regional development and growth.
An education academic argues the COVID-19 school closures have resulted in a more positive appreciation and perception of teachers and the long-standing criticism that has plagued the education sector in Australia cannot be allowed to continue.
Charles Sturt academic examines the impact of the Albury-Wodonga border closure and suggests that spatial modelling could be used to find an alternative to ensure thousands of locals are not disrupted.