Students’ access to university education in India is threatened by the Narendra Modi regime’s National Education Policy (NEP), which was introduced in 2020, reports Isaac Nellist.
Birzeit University in Palestine's West Bank is calling on international academic institutions to take concrete action to stop the genocidal war on the Palestinian people and to end Israeli settler colonialism.
More than 100,000 people mobilised in Rome, Italy on October 10 in defence of social gains under threat from the country's far-right government. Franco Turigliatto analyses the significance of the demonstration.
Housing activists criticised the first Labor budget for failing to act on housing shortages affecting hundreds of thousands of people across New South Wales. Jim McIlroy reports.
Arrente woman Celeste Liddle believes that fear is winning the day in the Voice referendum discussion and that a process of truth-telling first could have achieved a different result. Pip Hinman and Ruth Heymann report.
Sam Wainwright told Alex Bainbridge while the official Yes and official No campaigns for the Voice to Parliament referendum are based on conservative agendas, the demoralisation that would flow from a No victory outweighs the limitations of the Voice.
The National Tertiary Education Union at Monash University protested outside a meeting of the university’s Executive Council in support of their enterprise agreement. Brenna Dempsey reports.
Iván Barreto Lopez and Marianniz Díaz Hernández spoke to students and staff at the University of Sydney about Cuba's remarkable achievements in spite of the punishing US blockade. Rachel Evans reports.
Two young Cubans, currently touring Australia with the Australia-Cuba Friendship Society, are speaking at a public meeting on Cuba’s challenges and latest achievements. Allen Jennings reports.
Suzanne James asks if Australia can really find its way back to Whitlam-style free education policy when so many are ensnared in a hunger-games economy, driven by the greed of the privileged, privately-educated few?
A ruling by the far-right super majority on the US Supreme Court has falsely asserted that the United States is and has always been a “colour-blind” country, writes Malik Miah.
While concrete details remain patchy, job security is not the only troubling aspect of Premier Peter Malinauskas' decision to merge the University of Adelaide and UniSA. Binoy Kampmark reports.
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