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Monash Arts presents inaugural Liveable Diversity Summit

Monash Arts was thrilled to last week present the Liveable Diversity Summit in partnership with Settlement Services International alongside The Victorian Government, Australian

19 November, 2018
The new kid on the block – Indonesia is pushing for ‘creative economy’ with a mission for social impact

The new kid on the block – Indonesia is pushing for ‘creative economy’ with a mission for social impact

The term 'creative economy' has become a key word in developing regions across Asia. Xin Gu argues that this will allow Indonesia to link with global markets, through which an

19 November, 2018

Monash GFVP Centre’s activities and 16 Days of Activism: 25 November-10 December

16 Days of Activism is a global campaign to encourage and highlight important activism to eliminate violence against women and girls.<

8 November, 2018
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Public Lecture: ‘The Immigration-Crime Myth’ with Professor Alex Piquero

Few issues in public policy are as contentious as that surrounding the relationship between immigration and crime. Despite policy rhetoric indicating a strong linkage between the two, social science evidence shows otherwise.

7 November, 2018
Photographs from the Tom Segev seminar series!

Photographs from the Tom Segev seminar series!

Tom Segev is an Israeli historian and retired journalist. His weekly column was published for thirty years in Haaretz, Israel’s leading daily newspaper.

4 November, 2018