The NDIS has been subjected to budget cuts by stealth and controversial paternalistic proposals, it’s time the major parties properly invests in the health and potential of the disabled community in Australia
Discrimination exist in our own communities in the form of pervasive racism against ethnic minorities, we need to remove this cancer, roots and all.
Imperial Sunset is inspired by the anguish and drive to eliminate the scourge and sin that is racism, as a sin that corrupts and destroys the soul.
Currently being displayed at the Chau Chak Wing Museum, repatriation of the stolen spears is highly significant for the Gweagal community.
In an email to USU Staff, CEO Andrew Mills has distanced the USU's operations from the Board's call for the organisation to shut down in support of next week’s staff strike.
The opening night of this year's POC Revue was a resounding success.
The Charles Perkins Centre, Nanoscience Hub, Abercrombie Business School are among a number of buildings ordered by the NSW Government to remove combustible cladding. Three buildings are awaiting cladding replacement and another three remain under investigation.
Honi explores having a sense of place.
For five years, the disabled student community has faced an uphill battle to implement a Disability Room, USyd’s stubborn failure to deliver leaves its glowing rhetoric on disability inclusion as little more than tokenistic platitudes.
The reform means that anyone who applies to discontinue not to count as fail after census date must provide proof of extenuating circumstances following the Government’s controversial Job-ready Graduates Package passed two years ago.