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Could the Biden administration pressure Australia to adopt more humane refugee policies?

As a presidential candidate, Joe Biden promised the US would demonstrate “global leadership on refugees”. Once elected, he pledged to vastly increase refugee resettleme...

Domestic violence soars after natural disasters. Preventing it needs to be part of the emergency response

ShutterstockDomestic and family violence soars in the months and years following natural disasters. It usually involves physical and psychological violence perpetrated by men again...

Dressed for success – as workers return to the office, men might finally shed their suits and ties

Melbourne office commuters circa 1940. Ray Olson/Mitchell Library, State Library of New South Wales and Courtesy ACP Magazines LtdThe summer break is over, marking a return to the ...

With the US now calling China's treatment of the Uyghurs 'genocide', how should NZ respond?

Alexander Gillespie, Professor of Law, University of Waikato - avatar Alexander Gillespie, Professor of Law, University of Waikato

A Uyghur rally to protest the 71st anniversary of the People's Republic of China in front of the White House on October 1, 2020.GettyImagesNew Zealand has a strong history of protecting and promoting human rights at home and internationally, and prides itself on being an outspoken critic and global leader in this area. So, when the most serious...

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Could the Biden administration pressure Australia to adopt more humane refugee policies?

As a presidential candidate, Joe Biden promised the US would demonstrate “global leadership on...

Claire Higgins, Senior Research Fellow, Kaldor Centre for International Refugee Law, UNSW - avatar Claire Higgins, Senior Research Fellow, Kaldor Centre for International Refugee Law, UNSW27-01-2021

Domestic violence soars after natural disasters. Preventing it needs to be part of the emergency response

ShutterstockDomestic and family violence soars in the months and years following natural disasters. ...

Jennifer Boddy, Associate Professor and Deputy Head of School (Learning and Teaching), Griffith University - avatar Jennifer Boddy, Associate Professor and Deputy Head of School (Learning and Teaching), Griffith University27-01-2021

Dressed for success – as workers return to the office, men might finally shed their suits and ties

Melbourne office commuters circa 1940. Ray Olson/Mitchell Library, State Library of New South Wales ...

Lorinda Cramer, Postdoctoral Research Associate, Australian Catholic University - avatar Lorinda Cramer, Postdoctoral Research Associate, Australian Catholic University27-01-2021

It's not just about the rise in anti-Semitism: why we need real stories for better Holocaust education in Australia

Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp, Poland.ShutterstockOn January 27 communities worldwide commem...

Jan Lanicek, Senior Lecturer in Modern European History and Jewish History, UNSW - avatar Jan Lanicek, Senior Lecturer in Modern European History and Jewish History, UNSW27-01-2021

With the US now calling China's treatment of the Uyghurs 'genocide', how should NZ respond?

A Uyghur rally to protest the 71st anniversary of the People's Republic of China in front of the Whi...

Alexander Gillespie, Professor of Law, University of Waikato - avatar Alexander Gillespie, Professor of Law, University of Waikato27-01-2021

3 Signs You Need To Change Internet Providers

In today’s day and age, when a lot of time is spent in the digital space, businesses and individ...

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A new 3D koala genome will aid efforts to defend the threatened species

Koalas are unique in the animal kingdom, living on a eucalyptus diet that would kill other creatures...

Parwinder Kaur, Associate Professor | Director, DNA Zoo Australia, University of Western Australia - avatar Parwinder Kaur, Associate Professor | Director, DNA Zoo Australia, University of Western Australia26-01-2021

An unexpected consequence of climate change: heatwaves kill plant pests and save our favourite giant trees

ShutterstockAustralia is sweltering through another heatwave, and there will be more in the near fut...

Gregory Moore, Doctor of Botany, University of Melbourne - avatar Gregory Moore, Doctor of Botany, University of Melbourne26-01-2021

Burnt ancient nutshells reveal the story of climate change at Kakadu — now drier than ever before

S. Anna Florin., Author providedArchaeological research provides a long-term perspective on how huma...

S. Anna Florin, Research fellow, University of Wollongong - avatar S. Anna Florin, Research fellow, University of Wollongong26-01-2021

My favourite detective: Jules Maigret, the Paris detective with a pipe but no pretense

IMDBIn this series, writers pay tribute to fictional detectives on the page and on screen.When I fir...

Véronique Duché, A.R. Chisholm Professor of French, University of Melbourne - avatar Véronique Duché, A.R. Chisholm Professor of French, University of Melbourne26-01-2021

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Creating Everlasting Memories with Wedding Photography

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Wedding is such a beautiful event where two souls are being one together. It is said that couples are made in heaven and there is really no doubt in that. A union of two beautiful persons where the strongest tie is love and believing in each other is truly a memorable event. Such moments need to be captured and savored to show their children ...


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