Renowned former BBC correspondent Nick Bryant, and economic researcher Claire Connelly, will be joining the Lab to pursue research investigating the future of democracy, economic inequality and an agenda for post-pandemic rebuilding in Australia.
How to build and support resilient communities
Nurturing links across civil society
The everyday experiences of autistic people and their families during COVID-19
All Together: a new future for commissioning human services in NSW
Sydney's hidden housing problem
Data sharing by popular health apps is "routine", research finds
Are we ready to rise up against racism in Australia?
NSW finances face a serious squeeze unless radical action is taken
The workplace exploitation of migrants in Australia is exacerbated by limitations in the current regulatory and enforcement landscape. The Sydney Policy Lab offers policy solutions for migrants who have been exploited.
Five principles to guide the COVID-19 policy response
Telehealth during the COVID-19 pandemic shows the 'anti-social loner' autism stereotype is a myth (ABC)
Uni fee hike will fail: HECS architect (The Saturday Paper)
The alternative to rage: how finding power can help save democracy (The Guardian)
How should an adopted child maintain a relationship with their birth family? (ABC)
It's easy to dismiss Queenslanders as coal-addicted bogans, but it's more complex than that (The Guardian)
Ask a policy expert: why is job training so difficult to access and not fit-for-purpose? (The Guardian)
It doesn't add up: uni funding overhaul will also hurt STEM students (Sydney Morning Herald)
Australia’s leaders are sitting on the sidelines. It’s up to the people to take a stand (The Guardian)
Amid the chaos, there's hope in the heart of Brexit (Sydney Morning Herald)
The Hong Kong protestors have turned more militant and strategic (The Conversation)
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