First Nations communities have borne the brunt of nuclear testing carried out by the British Government in the 1950s. Forced off their land for 30 years, they have since been tasked with monitoring operations as part of their bid for land back.
Protesters gathered outside Parliament to rally against child removal.
A finding by the NSW Anti-Discrimination Board also found the complaint lacked substance
The University has declined to disclose how much the legal suit cost.
Allegedly homophobic rumours were circulating amongst staff, but the University did little to mitigate them.
The University gave no reason as to Houston’s sudden departure.
A new online course aims to improve the indigenous cultural competence of Usyd staff and students, as well as members of the wider community
Katie Thorburn reports on the success of an online campaign.
When I was about nine or 10 years old, I saw a clip on the evening news about the second intifada. I had no idea what it was but I knew one thing; they were Arabs. As a mixed-race Australian-Egyptian, I was born an identity crisis but something about this clip had me wandering down…
Andy Mason and Anna Hush on Monday night’s protest at The Block