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  1. 23 May 2017 - Public Affairs

    Can the NDIS deliver?

    A University of Melbourne report evaluates the progress of the NDIS so far, suggesting it may inadvertently exacerbate the inequities it was designed to solve.

  2. Podcast23 May 2017 - Eavesdrop on Experts

    Disabling ableism

    University of Melbourne Professor Anne Kavanagh shares how changes in her own life led her to challenge perceptions of disability in society.

  3. 18 May 2017 - Legal Affairs

    Q&A: Recognising Australia’s first peoples ... properly

    Australia's debate on how to Constitutionally recognise its first peoples is culminating. University of Melbourne's Professor Adrienne Stone talks us through it

  4. Live ended10 May 2017 - Business & Economics

    #Budget2017: Fairness, security and opportunity?

    The latest analysis from University of Melbourne experts of the Australian Government's 2017 Budget, including housing affordability, energy policy and taxes.

  5. 15 May 2017 - Legal Affairs

    Keeping up with the droneses: How criminal laws deal with new technology

    New technologies like drones pose a challenge for criminal law; a University of Melbourne expert explains the Law must keep pace with society's shifting values.

  6. 14 May 2017 - Legal Affairs

    Digital disruption and the Law

    The legal profession is experiencing digital disruption. Dean of the University of Melbourne Law School, Carolyn Evans, argues legal education must adapt too.

  7. Podcast12 May 2017 - The Policy Shop

    The battle for academic freedom in Europe

    The University of Melbourne's Policy Shop podcast examines the Central European University's campaign against new Hungarian laws threatening academic freedom.

  8. 11 May 2017 - Humanities

    Islands of language enter virtual reality

    A University of Melbourne linguist and other language researchers are making archives of endangered languages accessible as virtual reality.

  9. 9 May 2017 - Public Affairs

    Budget hits political reset

    The Federal government's 2017-18 budget is as much about politics as economics, says University of Melbourne policy analyst Nick Reece