Cyber, space jobs for SA

In the digital age, South Australia is well placed to build capacity and employment in cybersecurity and the space industry – to underpin Australia’s diplomatic and […]

Peers can reduce repeat offending

A novel experiment in juvenile justice produces encouraging results, a Flinders University study reveals. In a new article in The British Journal of Criminology,  the College […]

Tourism must plan for future crises

As international borders reopen and a new wave of COVID-19 sweeps the world, travel between countries faces new challenges and must be addressed by internal reforms […]

Future of work skills by 2050

Australia’s robotics ecosystem is rapidly expanding to meet the needs of industrial automation and keep pace with global trends. What is this doing to the workplaces […]

Taking a hard line on crime

Does our criminal justice system punish offenders harshly enough or do convicted criminals deserve tougher penalties? Should civil society turn a blind eye to abuses and […]

National security in the spotlight

Major new grants which aim to advance Australia’s security, sovereignty and economy have been awarded to experts in their fields at Flinders University. Experts from three […]