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Who cares for care workers?

Who cares for care workers? 16 December 2020. Care profession vulnerabilities laid bare by pandemic. The intricacies of the employment-care work connection must be better factored into policy, a new expert report asserts. Now, more than ever,
www.sydney.edu.au/news-opinion/news/2020/12/16/who-cares-for-care-workers-.html
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Confronting radical extremism

How does radicalisation happen? Hussain Nadim from the University of Sydney explains in the Open for Discussion podcast.
www.sydney.edu.au/news-opinion/news/2017/08/21/confronting-radical-extremism.html
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It's not too late to fight for our digital rights

This means taking a deep look at the role of private, transnational digital platforms in reshaping the way we work, study and conduct business and our interactions with government and each
www.sydney.edu.au/news-opinion/news/2017/11/28/it-s-not-too-late-to-fight-for-our-digital-rights.html
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Myanmar's young protesters are funny, brave and media-savvy

They are impressively disciplined. While their street performances may have levity, they are serious about the business of protesting, organising targeted campaigns, delivering food and water, distributing leaflets, and trying to
www.sydney.edu.au/news-opinion/news/2021/02/19/myanmars-young-protestors-are-funny-brave-and-media-savvy.html
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5 things you need to know about the federal budget

Adjunct Professor Martin Locke from the University of Sydney Business School says, “we can expect this to be an infrastructure budget with Scott Morrison reiterating the previously announced commitments to funding ... tax and personal tax income
www.sydney.edu.au/news-opinion/news/2018/05/04/5-things-you-need-to-know-about-the-federal-budget.html
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Mr Morrison, please enshrine our climate targets in law

This is because businesses, in particular the electricity sector, faced mandatory financial costs if they failed to comply. ... Her Climate Change Bill, currently the subject of a parliamentary inquiry, is supported by both the business sector and
www.sydney.edu.au/news-opinion/news/2021/02/12/mr-morrison--please-enshrine-our-climate-targets-in-law.html
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Elite Athletes vs Couch Potatoes: can the Rio Games bridge the divide?

That you end of up with, you know, an increased business interest, a shift from participation to spectatorship and gambling that goes on around the Olympics. ... correlation between sport and big business is wrong to be quite frank with you.
www.sydney.edu.au/news-opinion/news/2016/08/02/elite-athletes-vs-couch-potatoes--can-the-rio-games-bridge-the-d.html
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Winners and losers of Australia and Indonesia’s trade deal

Dr Patricia Ranald from the Department of Political Economy scrutinises the recently-signed free-trade deal between Australia and Indonesia that has been eight years in the making.
www.sydney.edu.au/news-opinion/news/2019/03/07/winners-and-losers-of-australia-and-indonesia-s-trade-deal.html
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Push for change to elder abuse laws to prevent false claims

Push for change to elder abuse laws to prevent false claims. 1 February 2021. Disgruntled relatives can win inheritance battles under ‘abuse’ pretence. Australian legislators should consider relaxing guardianship and power-of-attorney laws,
www.sydney.edu.au/news-opinion/news/2021/02/01/push-for-change-to-elder-abuse-laws-to-prevent-false-claims.html
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The Paris attack and its election influence

As Paris is rocked by a police shooting days out from the Presidential election, University of Sydney experts in security and politics weigh in on the corresponding security issues and implications.
www.sydney.edu.au/news-opinion/news/2017/04/21/the-paris-attack-and-its-election-influence.html