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Opinion: Australian universities need to be more age-friendly — what does that look like in practice?
Longevity and healthy ageing programs worldwide have embraced the slogan “adding life to years”. Ageing well is driven by a combination of factors, including lifelong education and civic participation.
Western Sydney University and other universities have been working closely and constructively with Study NSW, the state and federal governments for over 12 months to facilitate the safe return of international students to Australia.
This year’s national Men’s Health Week led by Western Sydney University will see
communities and organisations across Australia unite under the theme of, ‘Connecting for
Opinion: 9 in 10 LGBTQ+ students say they hear homophobic language at school, and 1 in 3 hear it almost every day
Bills in the federal and New South Wales parliaments have sought to stop teachers talking about gender and sexuality diversity in the name of either religious freedom or parents’ rights.
When I was a teenager I owned a large dog, a German Shepherd. It was my responsibility to pick up his poo and put it in the bin. I would never have thought to flush it down the toilet.
The diverse literary talents of Western Sydney writers are showcased in Second City, a new collection of non-fiction essays published by the Sydney Review of Books.