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Dr Melissa Jardine
Director Policing ethnographer PhD . Ex-police Consultant Transnational crimes
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Dr Melissa Jardine 7h
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Oh I sat next to him!
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Antoinette Braybrook 8h
We are standing strong - see what a member organization in has to say
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National FVPLS Forum 9h
"Funding for is essential to ensure our members are contributing to national conversations and advocating for structural change" says Wynetta Dewis from our Queensland based member
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Dr Melissa Jardine 8h
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John Moloney was a main speaker. Know him?
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Dr Melissa Jardine 14h
Very interesting learning about the plans Vietnamese police have to improve their forensic science capabilities
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Nga Pham Dec 8
Some contacts sent me this photo - Former US President Barack Obama arrived in Tan Son Nhat airport a few hours ago. Agenda unclear. His wife Michelle’s believed to be with him
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Prof Emma L Johnston AO FTSE 18h
A short feature on the worrying ash and charcoal deposits. via
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Dr. Michelle McManus Dec 8
New article out: ‘Predicting the criminal records of male-on-female UK homicide offenders from crime scene behaviours’: paper to be submitted soon combining data sets showing how sexual offending has significantly changed over years...
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IndoPacific News Dec 7
Draws Lines in the Sea ’s new defense white paper reflects fears of encroachment 👍A good read👍 from Huong Le Thu, from the Strategic Policy Institute
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Bridie Jabour Dec 7
Sunday Tele reporting coastal places like Port Macquarie, Taree and Bellingen could run out of water in the next year if forecasts are correct
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Tweet Whisperer Dec 7
Australian Indigenous women are overrepresented in missing persons statistics via . This is shocking information. I think the Epstein slavery racket has been up & running in this country and kept quite
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Brian Eyler Dec 7
H/t to for including my analysis in this article.
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Leta Hong Fincher洪理达, PhD Dec 4
Glad to be quoted in this New York Times piece by on the global rise of authoritarianism and backlash against women's rights (in China, Russia, Turkey, Hungary etc.)
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The BMJ Dec 6
Harmful use of alcohol is among the leading risk factors for the global burden of disease. Yet despite the existence of cost effective interventions to reduce harmful use, many countries are not giving it the attention it deserves . . .
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Carola Rackete Dec 6
On climate and forced migration/displacement "The report states that 80 percent of those displaced in the last decade live in Asia – home to more than a third of the world’s poorest people."
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Elizabeth Broderick Dec 7
I share your concern Ending violence against women, particularly Indigenous women requires well funded prevention and response strategies. Thank you for your strong advocacy and action. It must continue.
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Climate Home News Dec 6
NEW: Denmark adopts climate law to cut emissions 70% by 2030, reports
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Frontline AIDS Dec 7
Invisible and ignored: How can women who use drugs demand their sexual and reproductive health and rights?👇
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Guardian Australia Dec 7
India rape victim dies after being set alight on her way to court
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Guardian Australia Dec 6
Australia fires: almost 100 burn across NSW as 'mega blaze' rages near Sydney
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