The University of Newcastle, Australia
Prof Tania Sourdin

News • 10 Jul 2020

Courts not ready for post-COVID world

Professor Tania Sourdin on legal systems in the post-COVID world.

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News • 9 Jul 2020

City supports accredited training for COVID-19 affected workers

Newcastle small business workers now have access to free accredited online training as part of an initiative of City of Newcastle delivered through the University of Newcastle, TAFE NSW, and Novaskill.

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News • 1 Jul 2020

The Role of Cooperatives in Sustainable Development in Asia-Pacific Countries

Ann Apps was invited to present at a workshop “The Role of Cooperatives in Sustainable Development in Asia-Pacific Countries” hosted by UNDESA in Nadi, Fiji on March 4th.

News • 1 Jul 2020

Cooperatives in Development – People-centred Businesses in Action

Newcastle Law School academic joins Partnership project between the International Co-operative Alliance and the European Commission.

News • 1 Jul 2020

Dr. Sidsel Grimstad Joins Centre for African Research Engagement and Partnership (CARE-P)

In March 2020, Dr. Sidsel Grimstad was invited to be part of the Executive Leadership Team for CARE-P.

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News • 1 Jul 2020

Academics Invited to Advisory Board of Food Next Door Co-operative

Food Next Door advisory board welcome Faculty academics

News • 1 Jul 2020

14th International Co-operative Alliance Asia Pacific Research Conference

The Faculty of Business and Law welcome delegates to the 14th International Co-operative Alliance Asia Pacific Research Conference.

News • 19 Jun 2020

Appointment of Professor Roberta Ryan

The Faculty of Business and Law welcomes the Professor of Local Government

Design Nuts

News • 16 Jun 2020

Edtech founder shares her story of empowering teachers and students

Kylie Burrett shares her startup journey as co-founder of edtech company Design Nuts at I2N's Startup Stories

News • 29 May 2020

Could housing cooperatives be an affordable solution to Australia’s growing housing crisis?

A project investigating the benefits of housing cooperatives in Australia will receive a boost, with the help of an Australian Research Council (ARC) Linkage project worth over $590,000.

Dr Marcus Rodrigs

News • 26 May 2020

Dr Marcus Rodrigs Nominated for Thought Leader of the Year

Newcastle Business School academic nominated for prestigious industry award.

News • 19 May 2020

Researchers map emerging disadvantage in Australia due to COVID-19 job loss

A new report reveals the areas that are most at risk of COVID-19 related job loss, with researchers pinpointing more than 100 locations of emerging disadvantage in Australia.

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