Fair go? Not so
A new survey of 6000 Australians reveals that more than a quarter of respondents experience some form of discrimination at least weekly.
Unlocking the school gates
Despite its illegality, 'gatekeeping' remains a barrier to inclusive education. But parents can find that knowledge is power in combating the practice.
eSports in schools: Let the games begin
Interest is growing in the possible teaching and learning applications of eSports across all areas of the curriculum.
Ending family violence is everybody’s responsibility
Monash is recognised for the strength of its gender scholarship, health and legal research, education, industry engagement and commitment to social justice.
Encouraging migrants to move to regional areas could be a 'win-win' scenario, as long as policymakers pay attention to five key factors.
'You don’t look like a scientist'
Times have changed, but the gendered stereotype that scientists are predominantly serious, professional, white men is one that persists.
Small homes, big impact
A post-World War II service that delivered modernist house design to Melburnians could hold some answers to our current housing crisis.
Giving and growing
Philanthropy is now viewed as a way of creating communities of people with a shared goal of bringing positive, practical change to the world.
Committed to a sustainable future
Monash is playing a leading role in the push to meet the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals.
Making a difference
Inspired by personal experience, Dr Sanjukta Choudhury-Kaul, is improving the working lives of people with disabilities.
We're not homophobic but ...
There's a yawning disconnect between the positive attitudes about gay people playing rugby and the use of on-field slurs.
A voice for common values
He’s gone on to become one of Malaysia’s most influential figures, but Tan Sri Dr Michael Yeoh still holds fond memories from his Monash days.
Equality a long, winding road
Six months after same-sex marriage became legal in Australia, the disasters predicted by the 'no' side haven't happened, but there's still some way to go to achieve real equality.
When the home helps out
Creating smart homes through better housing design through technology is a major step in assisting those with disabilities to live independently.
Sustainability and ethical production are becoming central to fashion design and manufacturing.
The pressure to perform
The anger at the sacking of the deputy headmaster at Melbourne's Trinity Grammar is less about the haircut and more about ATAR rankings.
Foreign policy: Soft Power or Smart Power?
The new Foreign Policy White Paper offers a mix of soft power and co-operative initiatives alongside the usual emphasis on hard-nosed security strategy.
PhD Candidate, School of Biological Science
Lead researcher, Sport Inclusion Project, Behavioural Science Laboratory
Lecturer, Faculty of Education
John van kooy
Research associate and PhD candidate
Kate de Bruin
Lecturer, Educational Psychology and Inclusive Education
Professor, Architecture, MADA
Associate professor and deputy director of the Centre of Social and Population Research
Professor of Criminology, Dean of Arts
Research Fellow, BehaviourWorks Australia, Monash Sustainable Development Institute
Research Fellow, BehaviourWorks Australia
Director, BehaviourWorks Australia
Associate Professor, Curriculum and Pedagogy, Faculty of Education
Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Education
Professor, Faculty of Education
Professor of Law
Professor in the Department of Management, Faculty of Business and Economics
Professor of International Relations and Director, of the Gender, Peace and Security Centre