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Biography of an Australian hero: interview with PhD alum Jan Richardson

In 1946 Aboriginal pastoral workers in the Pilbara staged a daring strike over their unjust and inhumane working and living conditions which became known as the ‘Pilbara Strike'. Don McLeod, a white man with a mining and business background was a key figure in coordinating the strike and working with Aboriginal communities in building their…

Kevin Rudd's Indigenous apology: sorry, but not much has changed in 10 years

12 Feb 2018

By Professor Lynette Russell On February 13, 2008, then-prime minister Kevin Rudd issued an apology to Australia's Indigenous peoples on behalf of the Federal Parliament. Now,

Shaping the workforce of the future

07 Feb 2018

Monash Arts will invest $1 million in additional doctoral scholarships for domestic and international students. The purpose of the investment is to encourage research in areas

James Zong plays Carnegie Hall

31 Jan 2018

James Zong is a classical pianist studying a Bachelor of Music / Bachelor of Laws double degree which allows him to combine the expertise, skills and knowledge of a law degree

World first research into an Australian sandy cay island: interview with Professor Ian McNiven

30 Jan 2018

If the Tudulgal could thrive on a small sandy island and become a leading control centre in Australia's Torres Straits, how can these insights help build more resilient and

Monash academic speaks at ‘the greatest literary show on earth’

30 Jan 2018

Billed as the ‘greatest literary show on earth’ the Zee Jaipur Literary Festival (JLF) welcomed more than 350,000 visitors in 2017. Those numbers look set to grow in 2018

Criminology and Theatre Performance with Edan Goodall

25 Jan 2018

Edan Goodall is a Bachelor of Arts student majoring in Criminology with a minor in Theatre Performance. In this interview, Edan shares his experiences with these two study

Monash Arts expertise in the media

25 Jan 2018

Monash University’s expertise will reach a wider audience in 2018 as one of our political scientists returns to ABC Radio in a fortnightly segment to talk about politics. Dr

Finally, police are taking family violence as seriously as terrorism

16 Jan 2018

A new Victoria Police strategy represents a major milestone in the evolving police approach to family violence. AAP/Joe Castro   This article was written by Monash Gender

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Public Event: Keeping Perpetrators in View: How do we see the ‘Web of Accountability’?

19 Feb 2018

You can now watch a recording of the ‘Keeping Perpetrators in View: How do we see the ‘Web of

Joint Seminar: Domestic Homicide and Policy Interventions in the United Kingdom

19 Feb 2018

On 15 February 2018, the School of Social Science’s Gender & Family Violence: New Frameworks in Prevention focus

Creating a nexus at Monash for a stronger Korean Studies

12 Feb 2018

The Korean Studies program at Monash University has been awarded a 5-year Core University Grant of up to $1 million (875

World first research into an Australian sandy cay island: interview with Professor Ian McNiven

30 Jan 2018

If the Tudulgal could thrive on a small sandy island and become a leading control centre in Australia's Torres

Monash academic speaks at ‘the greatest literary show on earth’

30 Jan 2018

Billed as the ‘greatest literary show on earth’ the Zee Jaipur Literary Festival (JLF) welcomed more than 350,000

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