News Centre archive
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Temporary migrants are people, not 'labour'
More than one million temporary migrants are currently resident in Australia, making up approximately 6-8% of the workforce and disrupting the “settler migrant” paradigm of old.
Western Sydney University VC named a Pay Equity Ambassador
As part of the Workplace Gender Equality Agency's campaign to raise awareness of pay equity in workplaces, Professor Barney Glover has joined other chief executives to become a Pay Equity Ambassador.
Eating disorders in focus for award winning Giramondo author
Small Acts of Disappearance is a collection of ten essays by UWS student Fiona Wright, who grew up in the Western Sydney suburb of Dapto and is an award-winning poet.
Alexis Wright awarded Sidney Myer Creative Fellowship
Western Sydney University Distinguished Research Fellow Alexis Wright has been awarded a Sidney Myer Creative Fellowship.
Westmead site redevelopment to benefit community
Western is calling for Expressions of Interest from developers to partner with the University to redevelop and revitalise its Westmead campus.
Hayne shows changing nature of international athlete migration
International athletes can now control their financial destiny with strong performances, but there are many, particularly from developing nations, who are still at risk of exploitation.