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neil Selwyn

Digital Skills for Life and Work

Get ready for a future where your whole life is hooked up to the internet. That’s the outlook of the latest report - Digital Skills for Life & Work - from UNESCO’s Broadband Commission for Sustainable Development.

Arts & culture
Professor Susan Elliott

Global Leaders’ Summit 2017- Day One

Distinguished Monash University alumni from around the world are coming home to Monash for the University’s annual Global Leaders’ Summit on 5 and 6 September, where they will discuss ''Professions of the Future'' and tackling

Alumni news

No harm done? 'Sexual entertainment districts make the city a more threatening place for women

Increasingly liberal attitudes to sex have allowed for greater public celebration of sexual diversity, but the desires of heterosexual men still dominate urban environments.

Design & architecture

The Contagion Effect: how bribery and corruption spreads

Bribery is a stubborn scourge in many countries that undermines economies and promulgates inequality. It persists despite the usual response of applying tough sanctions against both the officials who accept bribes and those who offer them. Is

Law
The smashed avo debate

The smashed avo debate misses inequality within generations

There’s no doubt there are differences between the experiences and opportunities of young people compared to their parents. But when you enter the smashed avocado debate of baby boomers versus millennials, you overlook the inequality between

Arts & culture
Batagol

How heterosexual couples are protesting marriage inequality

As the spring wedding season warms up, increasing numbers of heterosexual couples are using their wedding ceremonies to call for a change to Australia’s marriage law.

Law
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Millennials v baby boomers: a battle we could have done without

by Steven Roberts and Kim Allen The generation of young people who came of age during the new millennium – “millennials”, as they’re commonly known – has divided opinion like...