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  1. 18 May 2022 - Legal Affairs

    Using design to put voters at the heart of elections

    Technology gives us the opportunity to transform the voting experience to better engage people in the electoral system, say University of Melbourne experts

  2. 31 January 2022 - Humanities

    Students continue to campaign for change in Myanmar

    A year since the Myanmar military coup, Australia’s Myanmar students are still pushing for change, often at a personal cost, say University of Melbourne experts

  3. 6 January 2022 - Public Affairs

    What we know about politics after 2021

    The second year of the COVID-19 pandemic had a tangible impact on global democracy; University of Melbourne experts take look at what 2022 might have in store.

  4. 22 December 2021 - Humanities

    Biden’s bid to strengthen global democracy

    Can Biden's Summit for Democracy re-energise an alliance of democracies or is it setting up a cold war? A University of Melbourne expert assesses the meeting.

  5. 10 December 2021 - Science Matters

    New Caledonia referendum: A flashpoint for decolonisation

    New Caledonia is set to hold a referendum on independence from France this weekend, but University of Melbourne experts say historical justice is unlikely.

  6. 27 October 2021 - Science Matters

    The case for an Australian Climate Accord

    An Australian Climate Accord could foster agreement on reducing emissions while improving Australia’s living standards, say University of Melbourne experts.

  7. 1 October 2021 - Legal Affairs

    Germany’s election at the negotiating table

    After a knife-edge result in Germany’s Federal elections – three parties must now negotiate to form a coalition, say University of Melbourne experts.

  8. 20 September 2021 - Learning & Teaching

    Australia’s Gen Y democracy gap

    New University of Melbourne research finds there’s a democracy gap for young Australian adults, with a distrust of traditional politics but a focus on community

  9. 13 August 2021 - Humanities

    Why South Korea’s young men are turning conservative

    The internet is playing a key role in spreading a new wave of right-wing conservatism among South Korea's young men, say University of Melbourne experts.

  10. 29 July 2021 - Humanities

    Why do anti-corruption campaigns fail in Pakistan?

    A University of Melbourne expert says to understand why anti-corruption campaigns fail in Pakistan, we must understand kinship and the impact of military rule.