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Monday 23 January 2023

UOW’s regional students take the stage in annual graduation ceremonies

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Friday 20 January 2023

Lift as you climb: $1M funding for women in STEM & entrepreneurship

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Stories

Could the Nationals’ refusal to support a Voice to Parliament derail the referendum?

Referendums in Australia face considerable obstacles and significant populist opposition can easily derail a Yes case

Locking up kids has serious mental health impacts and contributes to further reoffending

There needs to be substantive change in how young people who come in contact with the justice system are treated

What does it take to be heard?

Law reform advocates Saxon Mullins, Rachael Burgin and Noelle Martin to attend UOW symposium on women, listening and law

Caitlin Turner receives Jack Goldring Memorial Scholarship for commitment to social justice

Professor Tom Calma focuses on rights of Indigenous peoples during annual Goldring Lecture

Four Corners’ ‘How many more?’ reveals the nation’s crisis of Indigenous women missing and murdered

Preventing violence against First Nations women needs to be a whole-of-community responsibility and we need accountability for system failures

Honest and open conversations at the heart of inaugural UOW Respect Week

The student and staff-focused event will run from 29 August to 2 September and feature a talk by Grace Tame, 2021 Australian of the Year


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Tony Okely

Expertise: Children and physical activity, sedentary behaviour, motor skills

Faculty of the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities

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