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General Elections Commission (KPU) chairman Hasyim Asyari (second right) talks to university students as part of their educational campaign on elections.
First-time voters popular target ahead of 2024 elections
Universitas Multimedia Nusantara, Jessica Sheridan

Ahead of the 2024 Indonesian General Elections, political parties have started promotional activities by distributing banners, posters, and flags...

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Singapore's life after 377A
Curtin University, Seamus Harrison
Singapore’s LGBTQ+ community says the repeal of a law criminalising sex between men is a vital win in a long, ongoing fight for equality.
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Dancing her way to the top one step at a time
Charles Sturt University, Ondine Slack-Smith
The journey from Dubbo to classical ballet dancer has not been easy for Madeline Gibson but she has landed on her pointe shoes.
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Should we bring children into this world?
Should we bring children into this world?
University of Newcastle, Sophie Jaggers

The impacts of climate change could influence young people contemplating having families, writes Sophie Jaggers.

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Thinking of switching off social media?
University of Newcastle, Peter Hyslop

Emerging from pandemic, a growing number of young people are leaving the virtual world for the sake of their mental health, writes Peter Hyslop.

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Bigger than life: art fit for a silo
University of Canberra, Lila Greyling
The Australia Silo Art Trail is not just a road trip peppered with stunning paintings, it's an important tourist drawcard for struggling rural communities.
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Coercive control and the long road to criminalisation
Griffith University, Mary-Kate Hannagan • January 4, 2023

As Queensland moves slowly towards criminalising coercive control, discussions around broader systems...

Matt Tilly from Foodbank
Australians feel the bite of a food crisis
University of Melbourne, Mustafa Nuristani • December 9, 2022

According to Foodbank, more Australians are relying on food relief than ever before, leaving support...

Should we bring children into this world?
Should we bring children into this world?
University of Newcastle, Sophie Jaggers • December 2, 2022

The impacts of climate change could influence young people contemplating having families, writes Sophie...

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December Podcast Out Now
Deakin University December 1, 2022
This episode by journalism students at Deakin University tells stories about our changing world and how people are finding ways to navigate these new times. You will meet Australia’s first dental therapy dog who is helping people overcome their fear of going to the dentist, and join theatre workers as they delight in a return to the stage after long lockdowns.
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