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  • 2016 School magazine is out![22 June 2016]

    The SSPS Review showcases the latest achievements from our staff, students, and alumni. This edition is full of research into health security, the importance of climate change policy, a look at food poverty which affects 1.2 million Australians every year, and the issues faced by children born during wartime to foreign servicemen, plus much more.


  • Prizes ceremony photo gallery[14 June 2016]

    The photo gallery of the 2016 School Prizes Ceremony, which celebrates the oustanding results of our undergraduate and postgraduate students, is now available online!


  • Experts urge reform of work, care and family policies[13 June 2016]

    Our researchers contribute to calls for urgent policy change to reflect demographic and workplace shifts and represent growing numbers of workers who have care responsibilities.


  • Workplace policies must reflect 21st century realities[10 June 2016]

    Work and care policy needs to reflect research evidence, writes Dr Elizabeth Hill.


  • Political Economy: The Social Sciences' Red Pill by Yanis Varoufakis[26 May 2016]

    Missed Yanis Varoufakis' guest lecture last week? Images and video footage of his talk on Political Economy as the social sciences' "red pill" are now available to view.


  • Yanis Varoufakis: Living as an Outsider[23 May 2016]

    From his “very recent and very short” political career, it is clear that Varoufakis is a man with very strong opinions. The strength of his convictions generally garner a similar response in turn, hence his reputation as one of the more polarising figures in international politics. Tom St John writers about Yanis Varoufakis' public lecture on the European political crisis for the Sydney Writers Festival.