Kunskap is a Norwegian word that refers to “knowledge you get from being in the world.” Abstract upon first hearing, Jack Parry comes to appreciate Kunskap during an expedition to Northern lights in Norway.
The COVID-19 pandemic and ageing migrants’ digital lives
As the global health crisis continues to put a strain on people’s everyday lives, the Australia’s ageing migrant community have turned to digital means to stay in touch.
Coercive control is a key part of domestic violence. So why isn’t it a crime across Australia?
Psychological abuse and controlling behaviours can be apparent before perpetrators murder their partners. So let's take these coercive behaviours more seriously and make them a crime.
Enhancing justice experience of sexual violence victims: a Deakin study
Deakin University criminology lecturer Mary Iliadis investigates how to meaningfully include sexual violence victims in the criminal justice system.