The practice of parents sharing content of their kids online is so common, it’s spawned its own term, ‘sharenting’. But before you post your next photo, consider the effect it can have on your child.
By Bree Smolinski | Arts and culture; Research; Research Featured; Science and technology
Repatriating stolen artefacts could reverse some of the “unjust treatment” of the world’s Indigenous peoples, says Dr Yirga Gelaw Woldeyes.
By Daniel Jauk | Arts and culture; Research; Culture, language and Indigenous; Humanities | Leave a comment
The world is becoming more aware of the environmental impacts of fast fashion. In Perth, sustainable fashion is being promoted as an important part of the circular economy.
By Karen Green | Alumni news; Arts and culture; Sustainable development; The arts and creative industries | 1 comment
Streamlining the process for Indigenous Australians facing hardship to access their superannuation early and with fewer penalties may help to improve their retirement outcomes, a new report has found.
By Lauren Sydoruk | Arts and culture; Business; Research; Research Featured; Culture, language and Indigenous
While LGBTIQA+ rights have gained ground in Australia and globally, there has been a coeval rise in homophobia, biphobia, transphobia, and intersexism.
By Zoe Taylor | Arts and culture; Research; Research Featured; The future of humanity; Humanities; Social sciences | Leave a comment
No two people will ever witness a scene in exactly the same way. This can present interesting challenges to those whose job it is to narrate the visual.
By Anne Griffin-Appadoo | Arts and culture; Research; Research Featured; The future of humanity; The arts and creative industries | Leave a comment
An innovative new research project will aim to advance reconciliation in Australia by bringing together scientific expertise, history and Indigenous cultural knowledge.
By Yasmine Phillips | Arts and culture; Research; Research Featured; Sustainable development; The future of humanity; Agriculture, environment and sustainability; Culture, language and Indigenous
Virtual reality lets teachers take students into otherwise impossible spaces, giving them the power to ‘physically’ experience chemical reactions.
By Sara Culverhouse | Arts and culture; Research; Science and technology; The future of humanity; Education | Leave a comment
The John Curtin Gallery has announced the 40 regional artists, including 16 Indigenous artists, who will showcase their work in The Alternative Archive exhibition to be held in 2020.
By Yasmine Phillips | Arts and culture; Campus and community; Feature; Culture, language and Indigenous; The arts and creative industries
In the era of open access, open science and open knowledge… what about open literacy?
By Jessica Lynch | Arts and culture; Campus and community; Research; Research Events; Humanities