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The University of Melbourne is a global leader in higher education. Across our campuses we convene brilliant minds from different disciplines and sectors to come together to address important questions and tackle grand challenges. In a disrupted world, that capacity has never been more important.

Our vision is to equip our students with a distinctive, future-facing education personalised around their ambitions and needs, enriched by global perspectives and embedded in a richly collaborative research culture. As active citizens and future leaders, our students represent our greatest contribution to the world, and are at the heart of everything we do.

We serve society by engaging with our communities and ensuring education and research are inspired from the outset by need and for the benefit of society, while remaining committed to allowing academic freedom to flourish. In this, we remain true to our purpose and fulfil our mission as a public-spirited organisation, dedicated to the principles of fairness, equality and excellence in everything we do.

We strive for an environment that is inclusive and celebrates diversity.

Beyond our campuses we imagine an Australia that is ambitious, forward thinking and increasing its reputation and influence globally. We are committed to playing a part in achieving this – building on our advantageous location in one of the world’s most exciting cities and across the state of Victoria, in a region rapidly becoming a hub for innovative education, research and collaboration.

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Belajar dari pendataan pandemi COVID-19 untuk mengendalikan HIV/AIDS di Indonesia

Pengumpulan data HIV bisa dilakukan secara lebih kolaboratif, melibatkan warga dan paka agar dapat lebih memahami bagaimana data dikumpulkan dan apa tujuan pengumpulannya.
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2 out of 3 members of university governing bodies have no professional expertise in the sector. There’s the making of a crisis

Universities supposedly have adopted a more corporate approach – but most corporate board members have expertise in the area their company operates in and are more accountable to shareholders.
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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.
Zareth Long undertaking controlled burn in Birriliburu Indigenous Protected Area, WA. Annette Ruzicka, Bush Heritage Australia

5 big ideas: how Australia can tackle climate change while restoring nature, culture and communities

Why rely on unproven technologies when we can store carbon and cut emissions through Country-based and nature-based solutions?
Henri Matisse, Still life with green marble table (Nature morte à la table de marbre vert) 1941. Oil on canvas, 46 x 38.5 cm. Centre Pompidou, Paris, MNAM-CCI, purchased 1945 AM 2591 P. © Succession H Matisse/Copyright Agency 2021. Photo: © Centre Pompidou, MNAM-CCI / Philippe Migeat / Dist RMN-GP

Henri Matisse was an artist of colour and sensuous line; an unerring eye until the end

Matisse: Life & Spirit is a celebration of the creativity of the master of colour.

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