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A rally in support of ABC journalist Stan Grant in Sydney. AAP/Flavio Brancaleone

How can we make the media less toxic?

Journalism only exists to serve the public, and every serious journalist feels this in their bones, just as we all know how often we fall short.
CEO Lisa Watts (left), Editor Misha Ketchell (middle), and Science + Technology Editor Signe Dean (right) at The Conversation’s Melbourne Connect office.

Help us carry on making quality journalism

If you value The Conversation as a free source of trusted news, please make a tax deductible donation today.
Minister for Education Jason Clare addressing the Universities Australia Conference on February 22, 2023. AAP/Mick Tsikas

Introducing our new series on the future of Australian higher education

The Australian Universities Accord is a grandly named 12-month review seeking ideas to reform Australia’s higher education system for the next 30 years. Led by a prominent former vice-chancellor, Professor…
Diege Fedele/Richard Wainwright AAP

Your questions answered on the Voice to Parliament

We asked readers what they would like to know about the Voice to Parliament. We’re asking our experts, and will post their responses here.
Melbourne Deputy Lord Mayor Nicholas Reece, The Conversation’s Editor Misha Ketchell and CEO Lisa Watts, Melbourne Lord Mayor Sally Capp. City of Melbourne

The Conversation wins the 2022 Melbourne Award for Knowledge and Innovation

The Melbourne Awards are the City of Melbourne’s highest accolades, celebrating inspirational Melburnians. The Conversation is proud to have won 2022’s Knowledge and Innovation category.