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New data confirm that African American convicts partly replaced slave labor in US
Carolyn Turk, new World Bank Country Director for Vietnam
Oxfam urges Government to condemn Israel’s proposed annexation of parts of
Bread and roses: new policies support better work, more life
Canada and Assembly of Nova Scotia Mi’kmaw Chiefs announce partnership to change name of Canadian Coast Guard ship
Governments Continue To Fail Public Schools
Arup Banerji Appointed New Country Director for Belarus, Moldova and Ukraine
Deep school funding inequality entrenched over past decade
Economist: Societal Costs of COVID-19 Outweigh Individual Costs
Research provides a snapshot of a new working-from-home economy
Statement by Minister Chagger on Canadian Multiculturalism Day
Local musician exposes roots of racism through song
Warning on affluence
Repurposing spaces left vacant by COVID-19 could breathe new life into cities, says researcher
Union movement, racism and a Green New Deal
Suffocated by status quo
2020 Indigenous dental hygienist and oral health study grant recipients
Addressing COVID-19 challenges in Tribal communities
Study finds high-skill hiring down amid COVID-19
Women’s salaries plummet after giving birth. Here’s one way to restore their earning power
Sally McManus message on workers’ rights to reach half a million homes
Digital divide impacts vulnerable students
Labor’s COVID-19 Recovery Package – Creating Jobs
Richardson explores Rosa Parks’ life in new animated video
Financial inclusion can help curb detrimental effects of inequality, according to new study
Supporting A Decade Of Preventing Family Violence
NSW Young Lawyers deeply concerned by sexual harassment in profession
Gas is a very unstable foundation on which to rebuild from coronavirus crisis – Oxfam
10 years since austerity budget – researchers explore impact on life in UK
World Health Organization reminds public to remain vigilant through Mr Bean’s Essential COVID-19 Checklist
Building a better Tasmania from COVID-19 devastation
Greens welcome new senator for Victoria, Lidia Thorpe
Greens welcome new senator for Victoria, Lidia Thorpe
Tehan delivers for regional higher education and research
Anti-racism statement from Mayor
Engineers Australia statement: University fee reform a recipe for inequality
UNSW online fieldwork knowledge exchange goes viral during pandemic
Mums doing lion’s share of childcare and home-learning during lockdown – even when both parents work
Panel: Protests ‘a defining moment’ in quest for racial justice
Trust or consequences
COVID-19 Could Lead to Permanent Loss in Learning and Trillions of Dollars in Lost Earnings
Health and Wellbeing for Women Action Plan 2020-23
UTA hosts town hall on equity, inclusion
Envy divides society
COVID-19: Impact on Environmental Justice
UBCO student, human rights activist wins Lieutenant Governor’s award
Even ‘climate progressive’ nations fall far short of Paris Agreement targets
NZ’s long history of decapitations and paint attacks on public statues: new study