A new report tells us in the first six months voluntary assisted dying was legal in Victoria, 52 people ended their lives. But the report doesn't tell us everything we need to know.
We interviewed older gay men, lesbian women, and trans women about their perceptions of residential aged care. Our research shows we need to make aged care safer for LGBTI+ people.
Social media platforms are increasingly offering mental health support tools to users. The jury is still out on whether it will do any good
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Thanks to savvy public relations, General Motors inserted itself at the heart of culture in mid-century Australia. But dreams don't last forever.
Differences among the 'Five Eyes' over the tech company's role in building 5G networks pose a threat to the long-standing Western consensus about how to manage relations with China.
Pete Buttigieg has emerged as a surprise frontrunner at the Iowa caucuses.
While much of the focus is on the Iowa result, it is a small, largely white, state – the key results for the presidential nominee will come in on March 3.
With such an unbalanced offer on foot, it’s no wonder Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was happy with it.
Trump's "deal of the century" is not a realistic plan to resolve a decades-old conflict, but an invitation to Israel to expand its territory at Palestine's expense.
The male bluehead wrasse defends his group of yellow females, one of whom has to step-up and take charge if he leaves.
When a male bluehead wrasse is removed from the group he dominates, the largest female changes sex, rapidly transforming ovaries into sperm-producing testes. Molecular research shows how.
At least 250 threatened species have had their habitat hit by fires.
Approximately 70 nationally threatened species have had at least 50% of their range burnt, while nearly 160 threatened species have had more than 20% burnt.
The (all male) members of the commission of the League of Nations. For Australia, the League’s establishment marked the beginning of our independence on the global stage.
The League of Nations was established 100 years ago today. This precursor to the United Nations was dominated by men but many Australian women worked hard to gain a voice there.
Scott Morrison’s response to the bushfires has been roundly criticised as being too slow and out of touch.
As the bushfire crisis worsens, the prime minister's fallback positions on climate change and lack of urgency on a federal disaster plan are no longer tenable – the public is demanding more.
Australians mostly want dogs that are affectionate, obedient and safe around families.
Beloved family pets have all the qualities we need in the next generation of puppies, so maybe you shouldn't rush to desex them all right away.
Hari Ibu memberikan kesempatan untuk secara terbuka mengakui kesulitan yang dihadapi oleh janda dan perempuan lain yang terpinggirkan di komunitas mereka.
Stereotip janda melekat ke kehidupan perempuan Indonesia yang terpinggirkan di komunitasnya, memaksa mereka untuk menjalani kehidupan sulit.
Hari Ibu presents an opportunity to explicitly acknowledge the difficulties faced by janda and other women marginalised in their community.
_Janda_ stereotypes pervade the lives of the Indonesian women who are marginalised in their community, forcing them to live precarious lives.
The Assange saga will drag on for months, if not years, before the UK courts, as his British lawyers fight the extradition proceedings tooth and nail.
As British courts this week hear arguments for and against the Wikileaks founder's extradition to the US, the questions about journalism, the law and freedom of speech it raises are vital ones.
Very few people with disabilities have access to tertiary education.
Pusat Studi dan Layanan Disabilitas, Universitas Brawijaya
Involving people with disabilities in developing knowledge and policy on disability will significantly help reduce interest bias and untangle the complexity of disability.
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Around the world, frustrations about growing inequality and inadequate responses to climate change are fuelling protests – and these are likely to grow bigger and more violent in the next year.
Hanya sekitar 5% dari 10,8 juta penyandang disabilitas dengan usia kerja yang telah lulus kuliah.
Meskipun sudah ada banyak hukum yang melarang diskriminasi terhadap penyandang disabilitas, sangat sedikit universitas yang punya unit layanan mahasiswa difabel.
How can we make sure new technologies stay centred on human wellbeing?
Axel Heimken / DPA
The humanities can supply wisdom to guide our galloping technological progress.
Only a little over 5% of the 10.8 million people with disabilities entering the workforce in Indonesia have experienced college education.
Despite laws that prohibit discrimination against persons with disabilities, very few universities in Indonesia have dedicated units that provide special needs services.