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  1. 20 September 2022 - Humanities

    Fixing the blind spot in nuclear inspections

    A organisational blind spot led to a ‘that’s the way we do things around here’ approach at the IAEA, but that's changing, says University of Melbourne expert.

  2. 13 September 2022 - Humanities

    Changing the narrative on refugees

    Governments and media must stop spreading harmful narratives and negative stereotypes about those seeking refugee protection say University of Melbourne experts

  3. 8 September 2022 - Humanities

    South Korea: Green growth or greenwashing?

    A University of Melbourne expert says calling South Korea’s green economic agenda ‘greenwashing’ misrepresents its world-leading environmental policy.

  4. 24 August 2022 - Health & Medicine

    Humble learning

    The Garma Festival is an invitation to walk and work with the world's oldest living culture, listening deeply with purpose, says University of Melbourne expert.

  5. 8 August 2022 - Health & Wellbeing

    Indigenous data governance for the 21st century

    A new University of Melbourne project aims to create an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Research Data Commons to empower communities with data.

  6. 15 August 2022 - Science Matters

    Young people are mapping viable futures

    In the face of adversity young people globally are taking an interconnected and ethical approach to living viable lives, say University of Melbourne researchers

  7. 10 August 2022 - Design

    Seeing the invisible vulnerable in our cities

    The Global South’s urban poor are often displaced and excluded from the processes and places which determine their lives, say University of Melbourne experts.

  8. 8 August 2022 - Humanities

    I guess she won’t be writing the memoir

    Defamation laws are having a chilling effect on non-fiction books, making it hard to get behind the scenes of big stories, says University of Melbourne expert.

  9. 15 July 2022 - Humanities

    Japan’s hidden landscape of violent crime

    The shooting of Shinzo Abe shocked the world, but Japan has a hidden number of violent crimes – particularly against women, says University of Melbourne expert.