Death or Liberty, the screen adaptation of the history of political rebels and radicals transported … Continue reading Death or Liberty tour stirs up Australia’s transglobal place in political history
Masters of Journalism/Sustainability graduate Nardine Groch is an environmental journalist, radio producer and wildlife photographer … Continue reading Nardine’s documentary to air on ABC Radio National
SDSN Youth is one of the leading global networks in sustainable development. Launched in … Continue reading Monash students from SDSN Youth on creating social change
Monash Arts Coursework Masters alumnus, Eileen McInnes, is a public relations and communications professional with NAB and Raven Communication.
Ever wondered why some countries build a nuclear arsenal, while others choose not to? Is … Continue reading Challenging nuclear norms: A conversation with International Relations lecturer Dr Maria Rost Rublee
Masters students have benefitted from a life-changing experience when they participated in a new Monash overseas program, Journalism Futures: New York Field School.
“I was excited to pursue something I was passionate about. The issue of how we sell our cities as cultural hubs is becoming a enormous movement, and it’s definitely something I want to be involved with.”
Ben Wellings November 11 resonates less with Australians than April 25. But Armistice Day provides … Continue reading Only the conscription referendums made Australia’s Great War experience different
Katrina Lee-Koo and Sarah Boyd United Nations Security Council Resolution 1325 turned 15 on October 31. … Continue reading Waging peace: women’s century-long campaign to end war continues
by David Holmes In a recent piece for The Guardian, environmental journalist and activist George … Continue reading The role of social media in environmental reporting – comparing Australia and China
Ryan Tonkens There’s no moral difference between people who have children “naturally” and those who … Continue reading States have no right to stop anyone wanting to access IVF
The recent ‘Domestic Violence & Interpreting – A National Forum’ hosted by Monash’s Translation & … Continue reading Insight into need for interpreting services in legal, mental health and domestic violence areas
Australian ambassador, H. E. Gillian Bird, made in her statement to the United Nations Security Council yesterday during the annual debate on Women Peace and Security.
David Holmes, School of Media, Film and Journalism Controversial campaigner for climate change trivialisation Bjorn … Continue reading Academic freedom isn’t the issue with Lomborg’s consensus centre
Johan Lidberg In a year and a half the Abbott government managed, in practice, to … Continue reading Closing down FOI: a case study in sneaky government
Monash University journalism students will have the opportunity to travel to Cambodia, India and Nepal … Continue reading Journalism students prepare for international assignments
by Andrea Baker The recent UNESCO’s Safety of Journalists agenda is a key plank in … Continue reading The Al Jazeera English case, and the Safety of Journalists
The value of a mentor both personally and professionally – to provide guidance, support and advice – is almost universal.
In the aid and development sector…
Julie Tullberg Just one more preseason game for Jarryd Hayne this weekend before we’ll know … Continue reading Jarryd Hayne is just one game away from NFL stardom
Will Myanmar create inclusive political processes that address gender inequality in the country’s social, economic … Continue reading In Myanmar there will be no democratic transition without women
Cross-code convert Jarryd Hayne is on the verge of winning a coveted spot in the … Continue reading Journalism’s Julie Tullberg on Jarryd Hayne
David Holmes The convulsive reaction to Friday’s failed security operation by the Australian Border Force … Continue reading What does the ‘Border Farce’ tell us about the future of crisis politics in Australia?
Julian Savulescu Despite the glitz and glory of Usain Bolt’s comeback victories and Jessica Ennis-Hill’s … Continue reading Why it’s time to legalise doping in athletics
Andy Ruddock The macabre live murders of Alison Parker and Adam Ward in Virginia are … Continue reading Virginia TV shootings: murder as a media event
Monash University’s journalism lecturer Dr Deb Anderson will engage in conversation with Laureate Professor Peter Doherty at … Continue reading MFJ’s Deb Anderson to chat with Nobel Prize winner at MWF