In this panel discussion hosted by the Sydney Policy Lab and chaired by Dr Terri Janke, we will hear from Indigenous leaders about a number of existing, empowering Indigenous consultative processes and how the next step is to require Parliament to give Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island people a voice in their own affairs.
The talk will cover an introduction to Faulkner and his novels, his relationship to domestic politics and race in the United States South, and also his role in cultural diplomacy in Latin America during the Cold War.
This training session is provided by the UN Academic Impact initiative to familiarise University staff with the UN's Sustainable Development Goals database and indicators.
A social impact assessment (SIA) is being undertaken as part of the approval process for the construction of the Sydney Biomedical Accelerator. The NSW Department of Planning invites University staff to participate in the SIA survey to identify any social impacts the development may generate.
Our Safer Communities Office is available for anyone who would like to make a disclosure or seek support. There are options to remain anonymous and bilingual counsellors are available on request.
As we head towards the end of the year, all staff are encouraged to take a break and schedule annual leave.
We acknowledge the tradition of custodianship and law of the Country on which the University of Sydney campuses stand. We pay our respects to those who have cared and continue to care for Country.