The Centre for Women’s Studies and Gender Research presents a public lecture, Towards Women’s Security: … Continue reading Launching the Monash Gender, Peace and Security Initiative: Towards Women’s Security
The increasing regularity of fatal violence against women – 63 deaths so far this year … Continue reading Why Australia must secure women’s safety as a national priority
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
If prizes were given out for the enthusiasm with which nations commemorate the centenary of the Great War, Australia would be first by a long shot. Dr Carolyn Holbrook looks at ‘Brandzac’.
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 Gary Bouma Geert Wilders, who is currently visiting Australia to launch a new political … Continue reading Geert Wilders’ brand of Islamophobia won’t find an audience in Australia
This year we celebrate fifteen years since the adoption of United Nations Security Council Resolution … Continue reading Celebrating 15 years of the United Nations’ Women, Peace and Security Agenda
Five Monash undergraduate students were selected to participate in the 2015 Security and Strategy undergraduate … Continue reading Defence and Security in the real world: Monash students attend ADFA Conference
Monash Social Sciences student, Magdalena Janas, was selected to be the Faculty of Arts’ representative … Continue reading Monash Arts undergraduate showcases her work at ACUR
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.
Remy Davison, School of Social Sciences Eight years in total of protracted negotiations. Twelve countries. … Continue reading Ratifying the TPP may be tough, but Australia needs it
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’s Dr Marie Segrave (Criminology), recently edited a Special Issue of Anti-Trafficking Review, focused on … Continue reading Criminology’s Marie Segrave co-edits Anti-Trafficking Review special issue
Does spending a semester working at the Parliament of Victoria sound good to you? Applications … Continue reading Parliamentary Internship Program 2016 applications now open
Dr Bree Carlton, from Criminology in the School of Social Sciences, asks whether penal reform … Continue reading I would build… radical strategies for resisting the harms of reform
Dr Zareh Ghazarian of the School of Social Sciences has been awarded the Australian Prime … Continue reading Prime Minister’s Centre Fellowship for Monash academic
PhD candidate Noor Huda Ismail is an author, filmmaker, activist, and self-described “repentant journalist”, and has a desire to tell a larger story about terrorism, foreign fighters and why people join violent organisations.
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Marie Segrave The Victorian Ombudsman, Deborah Glass, last week released a report into the rehabilitation … Continue reading Building prisons is not making us safe – what can government do?
On 1 July 2015, major reforms came into effect that sought to simplify Victoria’s notoriously … Continue reading Crimonology’s Dr Asher Flynn one of the leading experts discussing Victoria’s new rape laws
Narelle Miragliotta, School of Social Sciences Up until Monday’s Liberal leadership ballot, Labor had reason … Continue reading The Returnbull – just how bad is it for Labor?
Natalie Mast, University of Western Australia; Dominic Kelly, La Trobe University; Flavio Menezes, The University … Continue reading Turnbull defeats Abbott, set to become prime minister: experts respond
Keshia Jacotine and Ben Wellings Being in opposition is a hard road. Before you can … Continue reading With or without EU: Jeremy Corbyn and the re-emergence of left-wing Euroscepticism
Remy Davison Recession. Recession. Recession. In Canada, Belgium, Czech Republic, Italy, Japan, Portugal, Taiwan, Slovenia, … Continue reading The quantitative easing experiment is ending in global recession
Sociology recently hosted the launch of the recent Palgrave Macmillan published book – International Students … Continue reading Sociology’s Dr Helen Forbes-Mewett launches her latest book