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  1. 28 May 2021 - Design

    This lockdown is different – in a good way

    There is good reason to be optimistic about Victoria’s latest COVID-19 lockdown because we know what works and do it better says University of Melbourne expert

  2. 28 May 2021 - Humanities

    Artists, environment and truth telling in Indonesia

    Indonesia's environmentally activist artists are also confronting the country's political past as they seek new way forward says University of Melbourne expert.

  3. 26 May 2021 - Health & Wellbeing

    The power of Indigenous data

    Data is crucial to Closing the Gap but the best data needs to be community-driven and owned, says University of Melbourne expert at the Indigenous Data Network

  4. 25 May 2021 - Health & Wellbeing

    Judicial stress falls heaviest on magistrates

    A survey of Australian judicial officers finds magistrates are the most vulnerable to stress and burnout, according to University of Melbourne research

  5. 19 May 2021 - Health & Wellbeing

    Preventing a rebound in youth homelessness after COVID-19

    Temporary initiatives helped protect homeless young people during COVID-19 but Australia needs a strategy to stop a rebound, say University of Melbourne experts

  6. 17 May 2021 - Humanities

    What you need to know about the status of Taiwan

    Australia should be wary of sending mixed policy signals over Taiwan as the status quo is better than other scenarios, says University of Melbourne expert

  7. 3 May 2021 - Legal Affairs

    Intimate partner sexual violence and the courts

    Intimate Partner Sexual Violence often goes unreported and the legal system can hamper women seeking justice or protection, says University of Melbourne expert.

  8. 26 April 2021 - Legal Affairs

    Five things we learned from the Biden Climate Summit

    President Biden called on world leaders to cut emissions – but a University of Melbourne expert asks 'what did we learn from the first virtual climate meeting?'

  9. 21 April 2021 - Humanities

    Dying apart, buried together

    The COVID-19 pandemic has exposed some of Western society's deepest prejudices around human remains and mass burials, say University of Melbourne experts