Human Rights Day takes a special meaning this year for Flinders University Associate Professor Tina Dolgopol. This follows the legal academic’s long campaign for female victims of […]
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 […]
How can the world’s booming population stay healthy? Hear what Flinders family doctor advocate Professor Michael Kidd has to say.
Event organisers must learn from previous failures and feats when preparing for future mass gatherings, international disaster expert Dr Maurizio Barbeschi says.
Internationally-renowned public and social policy expert, Professor Adam Graycar, is returning to Flinders University as the new Strategic Professor in Social and Policy Studies.
A team of researchers from Flinders University is helping a region in north-eastern India to measure the wellbeing of its people.
Women are grossly underrepresented in peace negotiations, with UN figures showing women make up fewer than three per cent of signatories to peace agreements.
The proliferation of nuclear weapons by Australia’s near neighbours is a matter of extreme and urgent concern.
The rest of the world’s response to the rolling wave of “people’s revolutions” across North Africa and the Middle East will be the focus of a public discussion at Flinders University on March 3.