Mirror Ritual, on the wall ...
While concern grows over the ethical implications of artificial intelligence applications, interactive artworks are using AI-based emotion recognition technologies in a more positive way.
Talkin’ about ... whose generation?
Why we must look past ‘generational analyses’ of the novel coronavirus impact.
Tearing down the stereotypes
Gender competence in healthcare can be a powerful tool in improving women's wellbeing – particularly mental health.
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.
Where are all the female leaders?
They account for more than 50 per cent of medical graduates, but women still face stiff opposition rising to the top of their profession.
German citizenship roadblock
Descendants of Jewish families who fled Nazi Germany are still having their citizenship applications denied.
In sport, language matters
We need to have conversations about gendered language and its role in fostering prejudice.
What's turning young men into killing machines?
A deeper examination of gender is sorely needed to try to prevent further acts of violent extremism and terrorism.
Christchurch: reaching out across the divide
Some leaders build walls to keep others out and gain by pushing others down, while there are leaders who invite others in, such as NZ Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern.
Gender equality: it's everyone's business
We need to think about the problems that men and women face not as competing priorities but as part of the same toxic social problem.
Changing course to prevent assault
To drive lasting change regarding sexual harassment and assault, greater effort needs to be directed towards preventing these issues from arising in the first place.
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.
Call for more anti-discrimination muscle
Private mediation has been a roadblock to advances in anti-discrimination law in Victoria. Could a new corporate watchdog be the answer?
Marriage Equality: We have so many reasons to celebrate
Expect plenty of rainbow weddings in 2018, but same-sex marriage sends a more powerful message than that.
Coercive control laws not the right path
New law is often seen as an answer in tackling intimate partner and family violence, but our research shows it is not always the best response.
Celebrants, same-sex marriage and the law
The proposed exemption for civil marriage celebrants undermines the aims and nature of Australia’s flourishing civil celebrant program.
Professor (Research), Monash Centre for Health Research and Implementation
Postdoctoral Fellow, Politics, Gender, Peace and Security Centre
Research Fellow, BehaviourWorks Australia, Monash Sustainable Development Institute
PhD Candidate, Faculty of IT
Senior Lecturer and Research Fellow, Monash Centre for Health Research and Implementation
Research Officer, Global and Women's Health, School of Public Health and Preventive Medicine
PhD Candidate at Monash University’s Gender Peace and Security Centre
Professor, and Director, Monash SensiLab, Faculty of Information Technology
Associate Professor, School of Social Sciences
Finkel Professor of Global Health and Director of Global and Women’s Health, School of Public Health and Preventive Medicine
Research Fellow, BehaviourWorks Australia
Director, BehaviourWorks Australia, MSDI
Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Law
Associate Professor, Law Research Services
Professor of International Relations and Director, of the Gender, Peace and Security Centre
Martijn Van der Kamp
Teaching Fellow, Monash Business School
Associate Professor at Monash Sustainable Development Institute and the Faculty of Law
Professor of Law
Associate Professor and Senior Lecturer, Monash Business School
Director, Gender and Family Violence Prevention Centre, Senior Lecturer in Criminology, School of Social Sciences
Professor of Criminology