Articles related to 'Social Inclusion'
Universities can no longer avoid the responsibility to lead; to become the modern town hall where debate happens, where controversial subjects can be examined with a bipartisan reach for the best evidence that is available … to help shift the national culture to implicitly value education and research and think beyond being just a mine and a beach,” says Swinburne Vice Chancellor Professor Linda Kristjanson.
Teenage girls from secondary schools across Victoria are the foot soldiers in the battle to correct gender imbalance in ICT
As more companies and individuals explore the possibilities of corporate philanthropy and social investment, they are also keen to learn the skills to make their contributions more effective, says Michael Liffman, director of the Asia–Pacific Centre for Social Investment and Philanthropy (APCSIP) at Swinburne University.
As well as the normal hurdles facing any new business, Indigenous entrepreneurs also have to take account of cultural values that are important to their communities.
Societies attempting to confront past injustices may benefit from a new initiative on social memory being developed by a Swinburne historian