Edited By Baden Offord, Caroline Fleay, Lisa Hartley, Yirga Gelaw Woldeyes, Dean Chan. In this thought-provoking book, a diverse range of educators, activists, academics, and community advocates provide theoretical and practical ways of activating our knowledge and understanding of how to build a human rights culture.
Our Masters and PhD students come from diverse backgrounds and countries, with many and varied experiences in a variety of disciplines. Read some student testimonials about studying in the Masters course, the projects students undertook to complete their Masters program, and read about some of our current PhD students’ research for an idea of the variety of topics being covered by our student community.
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New briefing paper released 31 August 2022
Addressing skills shortages and supporting economic growth in Australia: Permanent pathways for temporary protection visa applicants
The Conversation: Lessons from the pandemic on fairer and more caring uni teaching and learning
Dr Lisa Hartley, along with various colleagues, has had an article published in The Conversation.
Dr Yirga Woldeyes at the Perth Writers Festival
Yirga read and discussed his published poem, 'እኔ ሃገር የለኝም / I have no country', at the Perth Writers Festival 2022