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Uni led consent education program given $1.1m

The Department of Justice has awarded over $10m in grants to non-profit organisations, supporting early intervention and response projects that address sexual violence. The DOJ announced 14 successful recipients of the NSW Sexual Violence Project Fund on 19 July. Among ...

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SA uni merger sparks demand for probe

The National Tertiary Education Union has demanded a parliament inquiry into the merger of South Australia's largest universities. South Australian Premier Peter Malinauskas has admitted that he didn't read the full business case prior to approving the 'mega university' merger ...

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A cohesive national tertiary system

The Australian Universities Accord interim report released earlier this month identified a need to develop a more cohesive national tertiary system. Proposed solutions in the interim report include the establishment of a national regional university and also a national skills ...

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More uni places for Indigenous Australians

Universities and tertiary education groups have welcomed the federal government's decision to uncap university places for Indigenous students. Two weeks ago, the government announced that all Indigenous students in Australia will be guaranteed a Commonwealth-supported place at the university of ...

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Unis partner in $240m defence program

The University of Adelaide and the University of New South Wales will collaborate to deliver new research projects and scholarships under the government's $240m universities defence program. Research projects funded by the Trailblazer Defence program are expected to investigate issues ...

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Experts respond to Accord Interim report

University Accord panel chair Mary O’Kane has expressed her disappointment with the absence of diversity in the 300 submissions presented for consideration in the interim report, released last week. The interim report outlines a plan proposing five priority actions to ...

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Unis respond to Clare’s teaching reforms

University experts have said that the federal government's plan to overhaul teacher education in Australia fails to address key workforce issues driving teachers away from schools. The Expert Panel, chaired by Sydney University vice-chancellor Mark Scott, released its final report ...

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