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Friday 24 June 2022

We asked the public about being lonely during lockdowns. For many, Zoom calls weren’t enough – and some still haven’t recovered

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Wednesday 22 June 2022

UOW to conduct study on the pandemic experience of essential workers

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Stories

We asked the public about being lonely during lockdowns. For many, Zoom calls weren’t enough – and some still haven’t recovered

With lockdowns having receded, we should look at ways to reconnect physically with friends rather than relying on digital means

World Trade Organization steps back from the brink of irrelevance – but it’s not fixed yet

Considerable challenges remain for the WTO and its role in promoting and protecting a global rules-based trading system

UOW experts available this week (21 - 25 June)

UOW academics provide expert comment, opinion and analysis on a range of ongoing and breaking news stories

Should Australian governments nationalise the electricity sector? It’s not that simple

To operate most effectively, the sector needs to balance the roles of private competition and government regulation

UOW experts available this week (14 - 18 June)

UOW academics provide expert comment, opinion and analysis on a range of ongoing and breaking news stories

The Nationals suddenly find themselves with a new leader and in opposition. So where to now?

David Littleproud's leadership draws a line underneath the defeat of the Coalition and indicates a desire for a new beginning


Our experts

The University of Wollongong boasts world-leading experts across a range of disciplines. Staff from the University’s Media and Public Relations Unit can assist with finding relevant experts, organising interviews and providing answers to specific questions.

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Phil Orchard

Expertise: Asylum seekers, refugees, war-affected civilians, humanitarian efforts, international aid, forced migrants

School of Humanities and Social Inquiry

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