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  1. 27 June 2022 - Humanities

    The undoing of Roe v. Wade

    A University of Melbourne expert says the US Supreme court decision on Roe v. Wade may embolden conservative activists to overturn other liberal decisions.

  2. 23 June 2022 - Legal Affairs

    The rights and wrongs of CHOGM 2022

    There’s a disparity between words and action when it comes to the Commonwealth’s record in implementing human rights, says University of Melbourne expert.

  3. 15 June 2022 - Legal Affairs

    Why the war in Ukraine is so hard to stop

    The real cause of Russia’s invasion is the special position that Ukraine occupies in post-imperial Russian politics, says University of Melbourne expert

  4. 14 June 2022 - Legal Affairs

    Reimagining age equality at work

    There’s an ambivalence in age discrimination law. Now, age equality needs a voice for a more equal future in the workplace, says University of Melbourne expert.

  5. 9 June 2022 - Inside Business

    A family breakup is a poverty trap for women

    A woman’s risk of falling into poverty doubles after a separation, with a family breakup a poverty trap for many, says new University of Melbourne research

  6. 1 June 2022 - Legal Affairs

    Overturning history

    June could see the legal overturning of Roe v. Wade which gave American women control over their fertility, bodies and lives says University of Melbourne expert

  7. 31 May 2022 - Health & Wellbeing

    The online hate for Amber Heard

    As the Depp v Heard jury considers its verdict, social media has judged Amber Heard for not being the ‘right kind’ of victim say University of Melbourne experts

  8. 30 May 2022 - Health & Wellbeing

    Big dreams of Country and culture

    Deep engagement with culture can help to foster meaningful connections between educators and Indigenous young people, says a University of Melbourne expert

  9. 27 May 2022 - Humanities

    Broken parachutes

    The 2022 election shows that the days of ‘parachuted in’ star power are over – voters want candidates with grassroots, says University of Melbourne expert