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16th March 2023: Report calls for the west to be given fair share of arts and cultural funding
A new report has addressed the inequities in funding, infrastructure and resources that have restricted the success of Western Sydney’s arts sector, in comparison to Eastern Sydney.
15th March 2023: Cost of living to influence Western Sydney voters, analysis finds
The Centre for Western Sydney has released a detailed new analysis ahead of the NSW election, finding the soaring costs of living combined with rapidly rising mortgage and rental costs, will heavily influence voting behaviours across Western Sydney.
7th December 2022: Centre for Western Sydney farewells Inaugural Principal Research Fellow
The Centre for Western Sydney extends its congratulations and well-wishes to Associate Professor Rae Dufty-Jones, who has stepped down from her role as Principal Research Fellow in the Centre to take on a new opportunity.
28th October 2022: New Analysis Highlights Entrenched Inequities Impacting Western Sydney's Surging Skilled Labour Market
A Centre for Western Sydney analysis of recently released 2021 Census data has revealed a remarkable surge in western Sydney’s skilled labour market as well as entrenched inequities that are putting those gains at risk.
7th September 2022: Inaugural recipients of the Vice-Chancellor's Centre for Western Sydney Fellowship Fund Announced
The Centre for Western Sydney has spearheaded a new seed funding initiative to support early career researchers at the University whose research is focused on tackling the critical issues facing the people of Western Sydney and promoting the resilience of its vibrant and diverse communities.
26th November 2020: Centre for Western Sydney Relaunched to Advocate for Region
In response to the significant social and economic challenges facing Sydney’s West, Western Sydney University has re-launched its ‘Centre for Western Sydney’ — an innovative research, policy and advocacy hub, that in partnership with community, industry and government, will address the pressing issues of one of Australia’s fastest growing regions.