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Using design to put voters at the heart of elections
Technology gives us the opportunity to transform the voting experience to better engage people in the electoral system, say University of Melbourne experts
ACCC vs Big Tech: Round 10 and counting
University of Melbourne experts say the ACCC is taking on Big Tech again – this time it’s Meta – with a focus on dismantling a key Big Tech defence tool.
Women leading the fight against climate change
On International Women's Day, University of Melbourne experts say climate change is disproportionately affecting women, so adaption measures must ensure equity.
Our window is closing on a liveable future
The latest UN climate change report finds that in the absence of ambitious action, the worst is yet to come for humanity, say University of Melbourne experts.
What we now know about climate change after 2021
2021 made us focus on climate change as well as COVID-19; University of Melbourne experts discuss what we now know about climate change at the end of 2021
Ensuring justice is done and seen to be done
To promote public confidence, University of Melbourne research suggests courts need to reassess their test for determining potential judicial bias
Labor’s climate policy puts Australia in the race
Australia's Labor Opposition climate policy would put the country back into the climate race but it will need acceleration, say University of Melbourne experts
What was achieved at COP26?
With COP26 over, 1.5 °C may still be alive but it’s on life support, and the road from Glasgow remains an uphill climb warns a University of Melbourne expert.
The need for more parliament in Victoria’s Pandemic Bill
Victoria’s proposed Pandemic Management Bill gives too much power to government and not enough to parliament, say University of Melbourne experts