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University of Melbourne Jun 20
What is the reality of life for refugees and how does Australia’s response measure up? On , listen to Prof Erika Feller’s insight into the UNHCR and Australia’s current refugee policy: 🎧
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University of Melbourne Jun 19
When we think of turbulence, nauseating plane movement might be what comes to mind. But, did you know that it's essential to life on Earth? w/Prof Joy Damousi and Prof Ivan Marusic
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Faculty of Arts Jun 15
Two decades after the fall of Suharto, is Indonesia finally taking its human rights record seriously? Historian Kate McGregor and socio-legal researcher from discuss in the latest episode of Ear to Asia. Listen:
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Philomena Murray Jun 13
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University of Melbourne Jun 14
20 years after Suharto’s authoritarian regime, is Indonesia finally taking its human rights seriously? This episode of Ear to Asia podcast invites A/Prof Kate McGregor and Dr to discuss the state of human rights in Indonesia.
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History from the Centre Square Jun 13
this week we're thinking about & Koby Stevens and all the other players dealing with concussion, and dipping back into the archives to find the ways that concussion in was reported on in the past.
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University of Melbourne Jun 12
We're delighted to announce new additions to the Melbourne offering to provide more certainty and opportunity for students! From 2019, high-achieving students will be able to enrol upfront for both their bachelors and graduate degrees:
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Pete Budd Jun 12
Karishma Gurung is currently pursuing her Master’s of Development Studies at the University of Melbourne. More on
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RUIL Unimelb Jun 12
Trying to work out whether 'proud' or 'crazy' is the best way to anthropomorphise this kookaburra. Gave up. Here is its name in four Indigenous languages, instead!
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Jay Song Jun 12
Covering the DPRK-USA summit for this morning in the London studio [photo credit: ] great to see you again
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Alison Young Jun 1
Don’t miss at the University of Melbourne in December - come and join us there! won’t be speaking on prison reform but there will be loads of interesting speakers !
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Lauren Rosewarne Jun 12
"Lauren Rosewarne said 'it's important that depictions don't glamourise, sensationalise or eroticise serious criminal offences' "The two-minute scene in 13 Reasons Why season two that should never have aired"
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University of Melbourne Jun 11
Can we fix gender inequity in arts leadership by having more women in politics and chairing boards? w/Dr Jo Caust
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UMSU Jun 11
How's this for a blast from the past? This poster is over 90 years old!
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RUIL Unimelb Jun 9
The Australian green tree snake is a beautiful non-poisonus snake which is active during the daytime! Here is its name in four Indigenous languages :)
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Jay Song Jun 8
CVID is an impossible goal at this summit. Instead, we need to question what it all means for 75 million people living in the Korean peninsula.
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Brendan Parnell Jun 7
50 minutes you won’t regret spending on a recording of ⁦⁩ ‘s Walter Robinson delivering this year’s AN Smith lecture on “...investigative reporting v the excesses of power” ⁦
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University of Melbourne Jun 7
The Bates Online project, led by UniMelb, has digitised Daisy Bates' unique papers which recorded many endangered Aboriginal languages. Bates Online will be officially launched on 12 June at the National Library of Australia in Canberra:
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Faculty of Arts Jun 7
You can now drop into the Visitor Centre at Gate 10 Parkville and find notebooks for sale, featuring an illustration by Laura McKellar of the Arts West building! 😮😮😮
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Faculty of Arts Jun 7
Replying to @unimelb @__okay
Thanks to the incredible Laura McKellar for the beautiful illustration of the Arts West building! 😊👏
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