Discover the latest social affairs news about Swinburne’s research, teaching and student success stories.
Three years in, is the AFLW kicking goals?
Tue 16 Apr 2019
Adam Karg discusses what the overall scorecard is for the AFLW as a competition and how its success should be measured.
New dean brings media experience to arts
Tue 09 Apr 2019
Professor Mia Lindgren is the new Dean of Swinburne’s School of Arts, Social Science and Humanities.
Australian philanthropy needs baby boomers’ help
Fri 05 Apr 2019
Krystian Seibert gives a picture of what philanthropy looks like in Australia, and why we have an opportunity to improve our giving culture.
Reconciliation in the sea's bounty
Tue 26 Mar 2019
Dr Emma Lee is establishing cultural fisheries industry in Tasmania to support Indigenous people and recognise their cultural heritage.
Starting again in Australia
Thu 21 Mar 2019
Compelling accounts of refugee and migrant settlements in Australia – Ta Hay Htoo.
Preventing attacks remains tricky
Mon 18 Mar 2019
Terrorism is a weapon of the weak and history shows that when aimed at the innocent it always fails to achieve its strategic goals writes Dr Jason Thomas.
National report card on youth homelessness
A National Report Card on Youth Homelessness has given Australia’s action over the past decade only 2 stars.
Media shouldn’t repost NZ shooter's livestream
Associate Professor Colleen Murrell explains why the livestream of the Christchurch shooting shouldn’t be shared by news outlets.
Rebecca's journey to Swinburne
Thu 07 Mar 2019
Compelling accounts of refugee and migrant settlements in Australia - Rebecca Mayol.
Swinburne takes ‘Digital School in a Van’ to Pakistan
Wed 27 Feb 2019
Thousands of underprivileged children from the heart of Pakistan have been introduced to digital technology, due to a Swinburne initiative.