Young people have been marginalised in this election campaign
As the election campaign nears its end, it is clear just how little the futures of young people have been considered, despite the increasing frequency of extreme weather events, a global pandemic and soaring house prices.
Any different from 1943? The toxic boys club at the heart of Australia’s Parliament
Women have been in the Australian Federal Parliament for 80 years. In this time, the culture of Parliament house has changed but has it caught up with modern workplace culture standards?
Tensions flare at meeting about ADA course changes after executives attend unannounced
Deputy Dean and senior strategist of ADA faculty asked to leave Education Collective campaign meeting about proposed course changes.
Australia Institute report calls for free undergraduate education, among other policy recommendations
A recent Australia Institute report calls for change across the university sector in response to funding cuts and successive neoliberal education policies.
UNSW SRC pass motion regarding allegations of NUS financial mismanagement
SRC passes a motion to review their affiliation with the NUS as a result of financial mismanagement allegations relating to AISA.
USYD staff announce 48-hour strike, raising concerns over UNSW staff cuts
Staff at the University of Sydney will strike on the 11th and 12th of May in an attempt to end job insecurity and exploitative casual work.