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The range of ways we can meet have has dramatically increased. Is human connection undergoing change?

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How to better support post-study visa employability

As of June 2019, there were 91,776 international graduates on the temporary graduate visa in Australia.

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Australia’s young expats: mobility aspirations and pathways in the pandemic

Young people are re-shaping their life plans beyond traditional pathways

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Blurring the self: performing identity online during COVID-19

How has your digital persona changed during 2020?

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Black Lives Matter: a movement with global relevance

The Black Lives Matter movement has continued to draw our collective attention to issues around inequality, identity, racism and the ways that institutions and individuals can perpetuate them.

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From #MulaiBicara to #BabaeAko: Unpacking #MeToo movements across Asia

The movements in Indonesia and the Philippines bringing gender rights into public discussion

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Making the deep past relevant to the future for the sake of all life on earth

Aileen Walsh, from Deakin University’s NIKERI Institute, on looking to the past to protect the future.

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When art meets sport: actor training could help kids learn physical literacy

Sports and the arts might seem like strange bedfellows. But these disciplines have more in common than meets the eye.

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Normalising conspiracy theories: videogames, violence and the far-Right

A number of popular video games are putting stories of paranoia, anxiety, political fringes and complex conspiracies of power into the mainstream.

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When ‘What if?’ becomes reality: New Deakin research group shines light on the fantastique

Beginning as a prominent genre within French literature, ‘the fantastique’ is a category of literature and cinema that has often defied clear definition.

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