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Study details changing face of mosques in NSW

While in past decades mosques primarily served one ethnic group, a new report has found almost all mosques in NSW now have a multi-ethnic composition.


Jan Ali

Public workshop discusses how terrorism driven by poverty

A public workshop will examine how socio-economic hardship, and not religious ideology, is causing so many young men to join extreme religious organisations such as Islamic State


UWS dignitaries with Ms Josephine Lam

Philanthropist provides scholarships for UWS students to travel to China

A generous donation from philanthropist Josephine Lam has given new opportunities for UWS students to gain cross cultural experiences in China.


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United Nations Rights of the Child in the digital age

A new report calls for a more balanced approach to online policies to empower young people to form their own opinions.


Parramatta childcare centre exterior

UWS opens new childcare centre for Parramatta campus

The University of Western Sydney community gathered to celebrate the official opening of the new childcare centre at the Parramatta campus.


Whitlam Institute

Time to explore the Whitlam Institute during its first Open Day event

It's almost 40 years since the constitutional crisis of November 1975 which ended in the dismissal of Prime Minister Edward Gough Whitlam by the-then Governor-General Sir John Kerr.



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