The penultimate meeting of the 94th SRC saw advocates launching a campaign against the University’s Confirmation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Identity policy and support for Week 10’s student and staff strike.
The report found that hundreds of thousands of 18 to 21 year-olds are being left in poverty by the inaccessibility and inadequacy of government payments.
Academics and members of the community are fiercely pushing back on UTAS’ relocation plans to Hobart CBD, academic freedom, job losses and governance structure.
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Two undergraduates and two juris doctors have expressed interest in the position.
After months of flooding in NSW; record temperatures across Europe and China; and catastrophe in Pakistan, protesters say urgent action is needed to cut emissions and mitigate the climate crisis.
Habibah Jaghoori, who has been outspoken throughout her term on a number of issues ranging from the Union’s conservative leadership to the Israeli occupation of Palestine, was removed last week.
Protesters gathered on Gadigal Land in Sydney yesterday to condemn Albanese’s public holiday and push for the abolition of the monarchy.
“Change is not going to come through parliament, it’s going to come now by just how loud our voices are.”
Eight candidates are running for the Senate this year in what can be expected to be a fiercely contested election.