A program working with newly arrived refugee children suggests that interacting with animals through humane education programs could help these children build a sense of belonging […]
Social Work and Social Planning
High quality courses which equip students with the skills for the future, delivered by exceptional staff focused on student experience, have seen Flinders University rated South […]
As White Ribbon Day approaches, a study of Australian women in regional, rural and remote locations has shown they tend to experience longer periods of domestic […]
Governments wielding a ‘big stick’ for compliance is unlikely to solve the problem of making parents vaccinate their children. Flinders University and research colleagues are investigating […]
Flinders demographers are already seeing results from their UN research project in Timor-Leste. The recently launched One-Stop-Shop for Youth Centre in Dili is a new initiative […]
After Toyota and Ford, the closure of Holden on October 20 marks the end of car manufacturing in Australia. In the leadup to the gates closing […]
Imagine a world where Gross Domestic Product is no longer the standalone benchmark of a nation’s success; where economic prosperity is no longer measured by what […]
World Baby Sleep Day will be supported by a real-time social media forum supported by Flinders.
Surfing the web for helpful advice and support to get through cancer is one click away with the launch of a new Flinders open-access website.