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For more than 50 years, La Trobe University has been transforming people and societies and has earned a global reputation for research that addresses the major issues of our time. With a dual emphasis on excellence and diversity, La Trobe has seven campuses across Victoria and New South Wales. Through innovations in teaching and learning, strong graduate employment outcomes and leading research, La Trobe consistently rates among the world’s best.


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A student with a disability is guided by a volunteer during a campus orientation at Universitas Muhammadiyah Jakarta in September 2021. Fauzan/Antara Foto

How will ‘independent learning’ paradigm in Indonesia’s higher education benefit students with disabilities?

There is a strong chance that the needs of students with disabilities may be overlooked.

First Nations children are still being removed at disproportionate rates. Cultural assumptions about parenting need to change

Child protection notification processes in Australia have a history of disproportionately targeting First Nations families.
Un condor de Californie, espèce en voie d'extinction. La variation génétique est essentielle à la santé de l’individu et de son espèce. Wade Tregaskis, Flickr

La naissance de poussins sans père pourrait-elle sauver les condors de Californie de l’extinction ?

Les scientifiques ont eu la surprise de constater que deux femelles avaient pondu des œufs non fécondés par des mâles. Mais ces conceptions ne semblent pas donner d’individus en bonne santé.
Frederic Eggleston presented his credentials to Chinese President Lin Sen (林森) at an official reception in Chungking on 28 October 1941. Sydney Morning Herald, November 12 1941

The Chungking Legation: Australia’s first diplomatic mission to China, 80 years ago

Under the shadow of World War II, Australia began to form its own foreign policy, separate from the British Empire. A legation in China was Australia’s third foreign outpost.


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