A selection of videos, lectures and podcasts relating to intercultural competence.
Asylum seeker law and rights in Australia
Human Rights Lawyer and Monash alumnus, Julian Burnside, was a guest Lecturer for the Monash Arts unit, ‘Exploring Contemporary Australia’ (also with Dr Susan Carland)
The Social Cohesion Project
Monash's Professor Andrew Markus talks about what drew him to Migration and Social Cohesion research and about the Scanlon Foundation Social Cohesion project.
Developing cultural competence
Monash academics talk about their research, programs and tools to develop cultural intelligence
Australian Journey is a free web-based video series exploring the nation's history, and is the result of a collaboration between Monash University's Faculty of Arts and the National Museum of Australia.
Intercultural competence in the classroom
Dr Nadine Normand-Marconne speaks with Sophie Reissner-Roubicek about best practices for intercultural competence in the classroom.
Wunungu Awara: Animating Indigenous Knowledge
The loss of a language is a lot more than just the loss of words. It is also the loss of identity, spirituality, cultural knowledge and values.
Using the latest 3D animation technology Indigenous stories and languages come to life – records the past, preserves the present, and protects Indigenous languages and knowledge into the future