Monash Arts School of Social Sciences proudly presents the annual Department of Human Geography Public Lecture. Responding adequately to scientists’ warnings about global warming has seemed to be impossible for Australia’s political system. Globally, business is now ahead of government. In this lecture, Clive Hamilton, a participant in the public debate over climate science and policy for more than 20 years, will map some of its major stages.
The 2030 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals identify gender equality as a key goal for sustainable futures. This panel of experts examines the importance of gender, globally, nationally and locally, as we develop social and political structures to achieve long term sustainability.
Professor Paul Strangio from Monash University will present a free public lecture on the significance of the first Australian federal parliamentary sittings in Melbourne over a quarter of a century ago.
Australians have high expectations of tests in healthcare. But are they higher than warranted? And are they impacting on healthcare expenditure?
For people with severe mental health problems, it’s hard enough just to get through some day, without having to make decisions about their own medical treatment, finances and housing … right? Actually the opposite is true.
The 2016 Faculty of Arts Postgraduate Publication Prize has been awarded to Dr Ben Rich and Ms. Dara Conduit from the Social and Political Science HDR program.
Social Science’s Associate Professor Paul Strangio will be giving a lecture in Canberra this week as part of the Australian Senate Occasional Lecture Series entitled “The Australian Prime Ministership–Origins and Evolution“.
Helen will help build this interdisciplinary Community of Practice (COP) and participate in research, policy and program development, and enhance the dialogue around social cohesion, multiculturalism, community resilience and preventing violent extremism.
Victoria’s Premier-elect, Daniel Andrews, is yet another graduate of the Monash Politics program to be … Continue reading From intern to “in government”: Premier-elect a former Monash Politics student
The School of Political & Social Inquiry at Monash, The ACFID, and the Feinstein Institute invite you to a discussion on the Manipulation of humanitarian aid: impact and effectiveness, & the book launch of the Golden Fleece by Antonio Donini.