The heartbreak and uncertainty of the vast number of missing World War I dead and the unsung Australian humanitarian efforts to solve this mystery – led […]
A grassroots social welfare program from the progressive years of the Whitlam Government is a model way to create more coherent and vibrant communities – and […]
A long held fascination with the Japanese Red Cross has led to an unparalleled research opportunity for a leading Australian scholar to bring a western perspective […]
Flinders is sponsoring and hosting the 22nd Australasian Irish Studies conference from today until Friday 2 December. The event, which is taking place in Adelaide for the […]
International Red Cross experts will speak at the Histories of the Red Cross Movement conference at Flinders this week.
Yianni Cartledge’s essay tracing the Greek migrants from the island of Ikaria who came to South Australia has won him the Wakefield Companion to SA History Undergraduate Essay Prize.
Grants worth almost $7 million have been awarded to Flinders in the Australian Research Council’s 2015 funding program – announced for the first time at Flinders University Victoria Square today.
The reasons why Aussies volunteer, and the benefits they bring to society, are well known.
“Whether it’s a family who has lost their home in a bushfire or flood, or a cancer patient needing a blood transfusion; Australian Red Cross is always there.”