Flinders students are working to breakdown community stereotypes and build an understanding and appreciation of Islam in Indonesia during a trip to Yogyakarta funded by the […]
Politics and Public Policy
Four members of Flinders University’s academic staff are among the recipients of Queen’s Birthday Honours announced today. Public health researcher and advocate Professor Fran Baum and […]
The closure of Arrium could cost South Australia three quarters of a billion dollars and 5000 jobs, says a Flinders University analysis.
New Flinders University research on domestic violence has taken the approach of interviewing both male perpetrators and women in the hope of understanding how to successfully […]
The biggest event on the Indonesian student calendar, Konferensi Internasional Pelajar Indonesia (KIPI) 2016, organised by the Indonesian Students Association Australia, will be held at Flinders […]
A new book by a Flinders University expert on the super rich is offering rare insights into their lives.
One in ten Australian children miss school at least once a week, almost one in six have been bullied, and one in thirty goes to bed or school hungry nearly every day.
A Commonwealth ICAC would be expensive, inefficient, divisive – and hardly any of the world’s least corrupt nations have a national anti-corruption agency.
Perceptions that corruption is on the rise is a concern to Australia’s global standing, says Flinders Strategic Professor Adam Graycar.