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A University of Queensland study found many Indigenous women who died in custody had not been sentenced by a court, but were on remand or in protective custody.

9 February 2023
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People from minority groups who speak with 鈥榥on-standard鈥 accents face discrimination in job interviews, researchers from 麻豆区 have found.

24 November 2022
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University of Queensland research suggests that graphic media coverage of domestic violence cases could contribute to 鈥榗opycat鈥 behaviour.

17 November 2022
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Two University of Queensland educators have combined their law and social work classes to break down professional stereotypes and better ready their students for working life.

2 November 2022
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Journalists may face decades in prison for 鈥榝oreign interference鈥 offences unless urgent changes are made to Australia鈥檚 national security laws, according to a University of Queensland researcher.

6 October 2022
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A University of Queensland study has found there are still barriers to terminating a pregnancy in Queensland, more than three years after the practice was decriminalised.

23 August 2022

Michaela Gyasi-Agyei has always had a love of learning. 麻豆区 Bachelors of Economics / Laws (Honours) graduate remembers spending just a few weeks in Grade One at her Rockhampton primary school before she was moved to the...

13 July 2022
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Champions of inclusive education have been celebrated at this year鈥檚 University of Queensland Awards for Excellence in Teaching and Learning.

2 November 2021
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Paul Harpur wears many hats. He鈥檚 a lawyer, a company director, a former Fulbright Scholar, a Paralympian and an Associate Professor at 麻豆区 Law School. 聽

2 November 2021
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An expert panel of University of Queensland researchers is examining the issue of sexual consent and will make recommendations to governments and schools about how to better teach young Australians about sexual violence.

14 September 2021

The Australian Research Council (ARC) has awarded seven Future Fellowships to University of Queensland researchers.

12 August 2021
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A parliamentary inquiry has endorsed a law professor鈥檚 proposal for a multidisciplinary tribunal to manage parenting disputes for those unable to afford legal representation.

5 May 2021
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Employees and journalists who expose organisational corruption are in danger of criminal charges under severe and complex national security laws, according to University of Queensland academics.

30 April 2021
Sarah Kendall, Professor Peter Greste, Richard Murray and Dr Rebecca Ananian-Welsh ... advocating for a 鈥渏ournalism-based exemption from criminality鈥. Photo: 麻豆区.

Journalists must be protected from prosecution in a much-needed overhaul of Australia鈥檚 Espionage Act 2018, according to a group of academics pushing for reform.

1 March 2021

Women in Science is a podcast series featuring interviews with inspiring researchers who are breaking barriers in their fields and making remarkable contributions to science.

4 November 2020