The mental health of young African Australians
Young African Australians facing mental health issues need culturally appropriate support to fulfil their potential says University of Melbourne expert.
Asian Australians’ experience of COVID-19 communications
Clear public health communication has helped foster trust in government among Asian Australian communities during COVID-19, say University of Melbourne experts.
A long way from home
A University of Melbourne expert says many migrant workers from India's northeast are stuck in the COVID-19 lockdown. When they do get home, they face stigma.
Mapping Australia’s multicultural future
University of Melbourne research finds that young migrants in Australia are challenging stereotypes, wanting better recognition of their contribution to society
How a Mobile app will drive better mental health for cabbies
After uncovering high levels of stress among taxi drivers, researchers are now developing a mental health mobile phone app to help them relax and exercise.
Growing up Greek in Australia
University of Melbourne academic Joy Damousi, the child of Greek immigrants and one of Australia's most celebrated historians, recalls a vibrant childhood
Is Australia strong enough to protect?
The Greens and civil society orgs launched a campaign to accept 20,000 refugees from Syria. Is Australia ready to change course on migration?
What sort of country are we?
At the University of Melbourne's 2015 Hamer Oration, Julian Burnside AO QC explores how Australia’s treatment of boat people redefined our national character.