Overcoming stigma by connecting with lived experience
A new podcast from the University of Melbourne and SANE tells the stories of those who have experienced complex mental health conditions
AI apocalypse or overblown hype?
A University of Melbourne experts says at the speed artificial intelligence (AI) is developing, it is imperative we understand, and act on, the potential risks.
The importance of allies on IDAHOBIT Day
While increased visibility of the LGBTQIA+ SB community aims to promote acceptance, it can inadvertently increase stigma, says University of Melbourne expert.
Taking the stigma out of mental health reporting
University of Melbourne research finds Australia's world-leading media-based mental health and suicide stigma reduction programs work, but vigilance is needed
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
Why are we so vulnerable to bad information?
Identifying misinformation is difficult, but we can make it easier by being aware of our biases and wary of strong emotions, says University of Melbourne expert
What we know about sport after 2021
From broadcasting to betting, players to fans – University of Melbourne experts say COVID-19 in 2021 has permanently changed our sporting landscape.
Reporting COVID-19 research responsibly
A University of Melbourne expert says while science communication is now so vital, the media has a responsibility to explain that scientific research evolves.
What the media tells us about gender diversity at work
New University of Melbourne research looks at what Australian print media narratives do, don’t and should tell us about gender diversity in our workplaces.
No place for ‘good bloke’ excuse
Media coverage of domestic violence is important and must be responsible if it is to avoid fuelling or excusing violence say University of Melbourne experts