Watch the IGD’s third Pacific Seminar, with A/Prof. Susana Vaz Nery of UNSW’s Kirby Institute presenting an overview of the research conducted by the NTD group in places such as Vietnam, Solomon Islands and Fiji.
Join Saul Brady, Emily Moreton, Juhi Sonrexa and others in Career Anxieties in the Age of COVID: Pathways for a Social Science Student, held in collaboration with UNSW Student Health and Wellbeing and the School of Social Sciences for Mental Healt
This week, we highlight the work of Heather Worth and Karen McMillan, who have worked on numerous research projects and collaborations over several years documenting the experiences of sex workers and highlighting issues of most concern to them.
UNSW UNOVA is a unique, interdisciplinary initiative at UNSW that brings research, design and digital solutions together. This interview highlights their work on using fintech to drive digital entrepreneurship.
In partnership with Makerere University, Uganda, and the Brian Holden Vision Institute, Isabelle alongside colleagues and students from the UNSW School of Optometry and Vision Science, are supporting the delivery of Makerere University’s Optometry
Robyn and her team are helping advance the health of women and children in Northern Uganda. In partnership with Gulu University, they have surveyed women on reproductive health and domestic violence, published results, and together with Gulu and
To address the global plastic crisis, Dr Andrew Dansie is part of a team that is assessing human behaviour, waste management and terrestrial waterways to understand causes of the crisis and potential solutions to reduce the annual discharge of pla
To help Fiji and the Solomon Islands to better control neglected tropical diseases (NTDs) in the population, John is working with governments from both countries to examine current measures, identify gaps and conduct research to fill those gaps, u
Dr Peter Harris and his team are supporting one of Myanmar's leading medical universities to advance its medicine programs, lifting the quality of graduates and teaching, and the overall standard of medical practice in the country.
To provide students with real world experience in their degree, Dr Lauren Kark teamed up with an NGO that offers students training and experience fixing medical equipment in regional and remote hospitals in Cambodia and Uganda, ensuring patients r
Dr Richard Corkish is repairing and boosting a hydropower grid to provide locals with electricity and improve their quality of life and communication, and he is installing light and phone charging facilities in at least 14 aid posts dotted across
Dr Steve Badman specialises in molecular, point-of-care (POC) testing that enables patients to be tested and treated for a range of sexually transmissable infections (STIs), tuberculosis, and viruses (HIV and HPV) on the spot, avoiding time and tr