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Hot chocolate and war crimes

The probable opening of a Max Brenner chocolate store at UNSW this year has prompted concerned students to question the decision to allow on campus a corporation affiliated with elements of the Israeli Defence Forces (IDF), who are accused of war crimes against the Palestinian people. Acting President of Students …

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NUS backdoor deals result a step back for women’s rights

Following  accusations of vote rigging and corruption in 2009,  the peak body representing Australian university students, The National Union of Students’ decision to  block discussion on abortion decriminalization at its National Conference held late last year has sparked outrage amongst many female students. Labor-Right’s Mikaela Wangmann, a member of the …

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