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Webinar will tackle violence against women in regional Australia

Monday, 5 Jul 2021

A Charles Sturt University online seminar on Wednesday 14 July will grapple with the issue of high rates of violence against women in regional and rural areas....


COVID-19 border closures and civil rights infringements expose the defects of the Constitution

Monday, 17 May 2021

A constitutional law expert at Charles Sturt University says the advent of the COVID-19 pandemic has made even more clear than before the need for constitutional reform in Australia....


Elder abuse – an age-old crime fuelled by greed

Friday, 14 May 2021

The most common forms of elder abuse are psychological and financial, it’s not new and we will never know the full extent of this criminal activity....


Research to help support care-leavers into higher education

Thursday, 11 Feb 2021

A new report provides insights about the systemic barriers to higher education for young people with out-of-home care experience....


Democracy will work better for everyone if all people have representation in government

Friday, 5 Feb 2021

Professor Dominic O’Sullivan argues that guaranteed Māori representation in local government will strengthen New Zealand’s democracy and bring councils into line with central government that has had Māori seats in...


Young Intelligence Practitioner Award to Charles Sturt graduate

Tuesday, 15 Dec 2020

Analytical skills, work ethic and passion for intelligence well in excess of her years earned a Charles Sturt University graduate a top award from the Australian Institute of Professional Intelligence...


Industry award for new postgraduate intelligence analysis course

Tuesday, 8 Dec 2020

Charles Sturt University has received an industry award for a new postgraduate policing and security intelligence analysis course....


Two students awarded prestigious New Colombo Plan scholarships for 2021

Thursday, 3 Dec 2020

Two Charles Sturt University students have been awarded Australian Government New Colombo Plan (NCP) scholarships for 2021...


Here's why Trump comparing protestors to terrorists is the real danger

Friday, 4 Sep 2020

Trump compares violent protestors in the US to terrorists. Here's why that claim is dangerous....


New book champions constitutional reform in Australia

Tuesday, 1 Sep 2020

A new book by Charles Sturt University academic Dr Bede Harris argues that the Commonwealth constitution is so defective that we need an entirely new one, and his book ends...


Exploring ‘the child offender’, a Social Science Week online event

Thursday, 27 Aug 2020

Charles Sturt University is co-hosting an online discussion on Thursday 10 September to examine the concept of the ‘child offender’ as part of Social Science Week 2020 (7-13 September)....


Leaders need to act on the demands for judicial and police reform in Australia

Tuesday, 28 Jul 2020

Ahead of the Black Lives Matter protests scheduled in Sydney on Tuesday 28 July, three academics argue that political leaders need to act on the protesters’ demands for judicial and...


ANTIFA is a movement, not an organisation

Thursday, 4 Jun 2020

A Charles Sturt University academic argues it will not be easy for American security agencies to deal with the anti-fascist movement known as ANTIFA, which United States President Donald Trump...


Have the bushfires and COVID-19 highlighted a constitutional crisis in Australia?

Thursday, 21 May 2020

Director of the Charles Sturt University Centre for Law and Justice Professor Mark Nolan examines the role the Constitution of Australia has played in directing and, at times, stifling, the...


New Director for the Charles Sturt Centre for Law and Justice

Monday, 4 May 2020

Professor Mark Nolan has commenced as the new Director for the Charles Sturt University Centre for Law and Justice....


Australia’s legal needs and responses in the wake of COVID-19

Monday, 27 Apr 2020

Lecturer Haley McEwen from the Charles Sturt University Centre for Law and Justice explores how Australia’s changing restrictions and laws are affecting the legal profession and the community....


Counter-terrorism and security: are we prepared for what’s to come?

Monday, 6 Apr 2020

Podcast explores expert opinion on terrorism, security and government control...


Legal expert to deliver Charles Sturt public lecture in Bathurst

Thursday, 30 Jan 2020

A leading Australian legal expert will deliver a free public lecture at Charles Sturt University in Bathurst on Sunday 2 February....


Charles Sturt University to fly flag of inclusivity

Tuesday, 14 May 2019

On 17 May Charles Sturt University will show its support for the International Day against Homophobia, Biphobia, Interphobia and Transphobia (IDAHOBIT) by flying rainbow flags and installing rainbow crossings across...


Leading NSW legal figure to speak at CSU in Bathurst

Thursday, 11 Apr 2019

The NSW Legal Services Commissioner Mr John McKenzie will visit CSU in Bathurst to deliver a special guest lecture on Friday 12 April to students in the CSU Centre for...


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