Explore the concerns of grading systems and the strategy for eliminating grades within a competency-based assessment system
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Sport can be harnessed as a means to progress and recognise human rights, but it can also be used to mask discrimination, corruption and suppression of rights.
How many more women will be failed by the criminal justice system?
Back by popular demand, My Remebetika Blues is screening at the Ritz Cinema.
Shifting Visualities at the Juncture of Taiwan and Britain: Collaborative Projects of Chinese and other Borders
Hosted by the Judith Neilson Chair in Contemporary Art, UNSW as part of the UNSW Arts, Design & Architecture Contemporary Asia-Pacific Visual Cultures Webinar Series.
Bringing together the pre-clinical, translational and clinical research community for a presentation of work, scientific discussion and grant-proposal brainstorming.
Join curator Hamish Sawyer for an intimate walkthrough of the exhibition ‘Sandra Selig: exploring giant molecules’, and hear about key works and significant developments in Selig’s practice.
Australia Ensemble UNSW 2022 Subscription Concert.
2022 UNSW Centre for Crime, Law and Justice Annual Lecture
A celebration of Suzie Miller's extraordinary career and commitment to the arts and human rights, from her early work as a human rights lawyer in Sydney to her success on London’s West End. Suzie is an alumna of UNSW with degrees in law, theatre and film.
The Advancing AUKUS Conference is the launch of event of Security & Defence PLuS, a core initiative of the PLuS Alliance, a partnership between Arizona State University, King's College London, and UNSW.
This highly anticipated event will connect you with experts from around the world who will shed light on the latest developments and analyse what they mean for the future of international protection.
UNSW Law & Justice presents the 2022 Hal Wootten Lecture with the Honourable Chief Justice Kiefel AC