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  1. A poem that encapsulates the beauty of failure wins UC poetry prize

    A father’s experience of raising children in a world that is “infinitely beautiful and horrible in equal measure” inspired the poem that has won the 2018 University of Canberra Vice Chancellor’s International Poetry Prize.

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  2. UC Symposium: Understanding the Spread of Misinformation in the Media

    Prominent Australian journalists and leading researchers will gather at the University of Canberra next week to develop policy responses for citizens and politicians grappling with the spread of misinformation

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  3. 2018 Ngunnawal Lecture: Mick Gooda to address issues of race power

    Prominent Indigenous rights advocate Mick Gooda will deliver the 2018 Ngunnawal Lecture at the University of Canberra

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  4. Shifting the debate on the politics of road transport reform

    University of Canberra political scientists Dr Michael de Percy's new book argues for road reform

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  5. Does gender equality exist in Australia? Most say no: UC report

    An overwhelming proportion of Australians believe that inequality between women and men is still a problem in Australia today, a new report by the University of Canberra has found

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