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  • UN Australian youth representative consultation report[23 January 2018]

    What would society look like if we saw our young people as a product of their values, experiences, knowledge, creativity, and not just of their age? Government and International Relations student and 2017 Australian Youth Representative to the UN, Paige Burton, has travelled 100,000 km and interviewed thousands of young Australians to find out what they wish their representatives knew, and considered about them, when making policy. Read the report


  • USyd writers wanted for new Sydney Environment Institute student blog series[22 January 2018]

    A great opportunity for budding writers who want to contribute to the current debate on the most pressing environmental issues; from climate change to human/non-human relations, environment and culture, sustainability, food security, and climate justice.


  • Bachelor of Arts/Advanced Studies (Politics and International Relations) degree[15 December 2017]

    Beginning in 2018, our new Politics and International Relations degree will provide you with the tools to lead and make a difference. The degree covers all aspects of political, cultural and economic relations at both the domestic and international levels. It explores the world-shaping political forces that extend far beyond national boundaries and impact our lives in unexpected ways. Watch the video