News Centre archive
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A closer look at jobless youth in Western Sydney points us to the solutions
Youth unemployment emerged as a primary national issue in the late 1970s after international crisis upended Australia's cosy post-war economy.Ten years later, youth unemployment soared again as the financial crises of the late 1980s became a full-blown recession.
New high-tech Liverpool campus set to transform Sydney’s south west
Construction is well underway for Western Sydney University’s new world-class vertical campus in the heart of Liverpool – part of the University’s vision to expand higher education opportunities in western Sydney.
The voice of God: Conference examines rise of Pentecostalism in Australia
Against the backdrop of a decline in mainline Christianity in Australia, Western Sydney University is hosting a conference examining the continued popularity of Pentecostal churches.
New UniClinic service offers a leg-up in management of diabetes and its complications
Western Sydney University has responded to a critical health concern in the local region of South West Sydney, by offering a new diabetes assessment service within its Campbelltown campus UniClinic.
Premature birth study to explore how fathers fare in the NICU
When parents imagine the arrival of their new baby, they picture a cuddly little bundle dressed in pink or blue, being passed around a room of smiling family and friends. They don’t envisage the fluorescent lights, monitors and breathing machines of the NICU.
Refugee and migrant women require additional sexual and reproductive health support
A Western Sydney University report has revealed that a cycle of misinformation, shyness and fear is preventing migrant and refugee women from receiving adequate sexual and reproductive health care and support.