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'Reality check' on alternative funding for homelessness - report In The Media - Posted on 14 February 2017

Sources of non-government funding are unlikely to provide a significant contribution to reducing homelessness in the foreseeable future in Australia, according to new research.

Shared ownership can help make housing affordable for people with disability In The Media - Posted on 10 February 2017

Model could help some people with disability enter secure, affordable housing.

Staying calm in a world of fake news and reactionary politics In The Media - Posted on 24 January 2017

Professor Lyn Craig contributes to the discussion - How do we reclaim leisure when our time is increasingly eroded by work and technology?

Calls for quotas to boost employment of people with a disability In The Media - Posted on 19 January 2017

Experts are calling for radical change to encourage employing people with a disability.

How China trumps Australia when it comes to supporting disabled workers In The Media - Posted on 6 January 2017

Professor Karen Fisher speaks to Xinhua News Agency on how Australia could learn from China when it comes to employment of people with disability.

How China trumps Australia when it comes to supporting disabled workers In The Media - Posted on 4 January 2017

Australia's employment of people with disability is worsening. It is time to address this embarrassing gap in our human rights.

ACT disability organisations say NDIS transition negative In The Media - Posted on 29 December 2016

A new survey has found more than half of the ACT's disability service providers believe the impact of the transition to the NDIS has been negative.

UNSW appoints 16 new Scientia Professors Article - Posted on 16 December 2016

A computer scientist calling for bans on 'killer robots', an internationally respected drug researcher, and a chemist developing 'smart' nanoparticles to target tumours are among 16 new Scientia Professors.

One+One Article - Posted on 15 December 2016

Dr Cassandra Goldie, head of the Australian Council of Social Service, has a PhD in Law from UNSW. At the university she met Professor Peter Saunders, from the Social Policy Research Centre, with whom ACOSS has now partnered top produce landmark reports into poverty.

Bingqin Li to present research forum lecture in Germany In The Media - Posted on 14 December 2016

Associate Professor Bingqin Li to present at Duisburg-Essen Institute of East Asian Studies on 'Housing, Care and Intergenerational Exchange in China'.