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Trump in Asia

The fourth issue of the La Trobe Asia Brief examines the developing relationship between the United States and Asia.

Grant to help LGBT conversion survivors

An ARC linkage grant will improve support provided to survivors of LGBT conversion practices

COVID hurting abortion access nationwide

Getting an abortion just got harder, thanks to the coronavirus

The Belt and Road Guard Rail

Who ensures environmental and social standards in China's grand plan?

Professor Clare Wright OAM on awards, authorship and overcoming adversity

Professor Clare Wright can now add Order of Australia medal-winner to her ever-growing list of accolades.

Cosplay and identity

Cosplay and Identity

Research in international development: bridging the gap between production and use

Research in international development: bridging the gap between production and use

Can ethics/arts stop a tech apocalypse?

How can we make sure new technologies stay centred on human wellbeing?

Honour for La Trobe Professor

Professor Katie Holmes' contribution to Australian history recognised

Celebrating our creative arts students

Graduating creative arts students show off their work

Students influence renowned war memorial

Planning students contribute to masterplan for renowned war memorial at Mt Macedon

Learning from Activist-Scholars

Learning from activist-scholars

Melting Opportunities

The third issue of the La Trobe Asia Brief explores the impact of climate and conflict on the Himalaya

Inclusion as innovation

Inclusion as innovation

Australia's limited leverage in Iran

There is little room for quiet diplomacy with Iran as pressure mounts

Global and Local: Reflections on the Seventh Oceanic Conference on International Studies

Global and Local: Reflections on the Seventh Oceanic Conference on International Studies

Overcoming Premature Evaluation

Overcoming Premature Evaluation

Trade unions as platforms for social change

Trade unions as platforms for social change

How do you actually do action research?

How do you actually do action research?

Institute for Human Security and Social Change attracts $2,875,000 funding across six projects in indigenous Australia and the Pacific Islands.

The Institute for Human Security and Social Change (the Institute) has recently attracted close to $3 million in funding for a range of projects.

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