Utilising the knowledge and expertise of those with lived experiences from across the country and across the globe, this conference covered topics such as protection, wellbeing, resilience and unity.
What can our current obsession with borders reveal about how we view and define ourselves as 'humanity'? Does this point to an inability to think of humankind as a whole, or even reveal a crisis of humanity?
“What we want to emphasize and what’s important to focus on is to resist narratives that portray refugees or migrants as a problem,” said Yukiko Yamagata
Professors Jane McAdam, Matt England and Richard Holden join Guardian journalist Ben Doherty to discuss academic media engagement on highly politicised issues.
Climate change-induced migration is already happening around the globe. How can governments plan and act to better mitigate this issue?
Rooms that learn human behaviour and change shape in response are the vision of UNSW Built Environment and the engineering firm behind the Sydney Opera House.
Federal government policies are the biggest barriers to people seeking asylum in accessing higher education in Australia.
Accessing the right information in a timely manner is essential, but difficult for newly arrived refugees. Information varies, plus there are language barriers and geographical complications.
Women take sexy selfies to compete with other women and climb the social ladder in economically unequal environments, new research suggests.