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June wrap up: Informed News & Analysis by TASA members

Karen Fisher & Sally Robinson: Census shows increase in children with disability, but even more are still uncounted, The Conversation

Gary Bouma: Census 2016 shows Australia’s changing religious profile, with more ‘nones’ than Catholics, The Conversation

Kate Huppatz, Shanthi Robertson , Adam Possamai & James Arvanitakis: Western Sydney University experts weigh-in on the 2016 CensusWestern Sydney University News Centre

Dan Woodman: Don’t fit in with Gen X or Gen Y? You could be a Xennial, The Advertiser

Alan Morris: Sydney public housing evictions a policy success? Only if you ignore the high human cost, The Conversation

Robyn Moore: History textbooks still imply that Australians are white, The Conversation

James Arvanitakis: Free textbooks for first-year university students could help improve retention rates, The Conversation

Joshua Roose: Why Saudi Arabia’s football team didn’t observe a minute’s silence for London attack victimsThe Advertiser

Joshua Roose: Saudi football says sorry after team did not observe one minute silence for London attack victims at Socceroos gameInternational Business Times

Alex Broom: You should care about your doctor’s health, because it matters to yoursThe Conversation

Lucy Nicholas: Catholic schools’ ‘alternative’ to Safe Schools isn’t all that alternativeThe Conversation

David Rowe: Anti-siphoning changes a blow to sports fans who want to watch on free-to-air TVThe Conversation

Paul Byron & Brady RobardsThere’s something queer about TumblrThe Conversation