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A sad farewell to Dr Karen Soldatic

We are very sad to announce that Karen Soldatic will be leaving the Centre for Human Rights Education next week to take up a position at the University of New South Wales. Karen has been working with the Centre over the past two and a half years, first as a Lecturer and more recently as a Research Fellow. […]

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Publications: Disability Rights – Dr Karen Soldatic

Karen Soldatic has recently returned after spending several months in England as a British Academy International Fellow at the Centre for Disability Research, Lancaster University where she undertook field work on the impact of the Cameron Government’s welfare reforms on disabled women living in North West England. Together with colleagues from CeDR, presentations were held at […]

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Recent Activity at the Centre

On Saturday 5 November, Professor Linda Briskman delivered a keynote address to participants at the Australian Association of Social Workers conference in Townsville. The theme of the conference was Advance Australia Fair? The role of Social Work in achieving social justice and human rights and Linda spoke on ‘The human rights imperative for asylum seekers: […]

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Opinion piece: Giving and taking away: NDIS and disability pension reform

On the 14th of October 2011, The Conversation website published an opinion piece by Karen Soldatic on the topic of disability pension reform, titled Giving and taking away: NDIS and disability pension reform. Karen writes “A report released today by the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) finds the number of Australians using disability […]

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