News Centre archive
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New NSW Public Policy Institute to be established
A new public policy institute will be established to undertake research on the most pressing public policy issues facing NSW.
Why is my poo green?
It’s happened to many of us at some point in our lives: we finish our bowel movement, look down in the bowl and have a moment of panic when we see an unusual colour.
Millennium Fellows lead change for the better
Western Sydney University students are participating in a semester-long Millennium Fellowship in support of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
Adoption law should be reformed to give children legal connections to both of their families – here’s why
When children are unable to live safely at home, they may enter out-of-home care. Most of these children are in foster or kinship care and many are able safely to go home after a period of time.
How drought is affecting water supply in Australia’s capital cities
The level of water stored by Australia’s capital cities has steadily fallen over the last six years. They are now collectively at 54.6% of capacity – a decline of 30% from 2013.
Revolutionary approach to adoption unveiled at Parliament House
In an Australian first, Adopt Change and Western Sydney University will unveil a joint research report at Parliament House in Canberra which considers the views of people with a lived experience of adoption and out-of-home care.