Professor Andy Dong, Warren Centre Chair for Engineering Innovation. Even our prime minister has endorsed the approach. ... Professor Andy Dong is the Warren Centre Chair for Engineering Innovation and ARC Future Fellow and a professor at the Faculty of
Muslim teens need space and support to find their voices. 14 October 2015. Within the process of radicalisation itself is the key to countering violent extremism. Muslim teens throughout the Western world are looking for answers for the events
Explainer: what is genderqueer? 26 October 2015. Investigating the complex relationship between sex and gender. Genderqueer, transgender and genderfluid: what are the differences and how can we challenge the instinct to automatically label? Jessica
Syrian refugees are running from Assad rather than ISIS. 19 October 2015. Supporting Assad will only worsen the Syrian refugee crisis. Syrian president Bashar al-Assad, rather than ISIS, appears to be a major cause of initial movement of refugees
‘Whitesplaining’: what it is and how it works. 2 October 2015. What is 'whitesplaining' and why do celebrities get accused of it? Matt Damon and Kyle Sandilands have both recently been accused of 'whitesplaining', but what does that mean?
To tackle extremism in schools we must challenge the 'white curriculum'. 7 October 2015. Respect and a sense of belonging are crucial to curbing youth extremism. A curriculum that challenges whiteness will help schools and universities to eradicate
Bill relies on legal fiction of self-executing law to revoke citizenship. 17 August 2015. Citizenship bill 'seriously flawed' in its current form. Concerns remain about the citizenship-stripping bill's inattention to human rights, its differential