In the wake of the most recent NSSS, and with the issue of student safety once again on the agenda, how do we avoid the same mistakes? What do we change when nothing changes?
Five years on from the landmark 2016 AHRC Survey, the Social Research Centre’s report indicates that much remains to be done for victims and survivors of sexual violence.
“The University [of Melbourne] is first and foremost the ones who allow people to be on campus, and allowed him to come back. It starts with the University and ends with the University,” Sinead Fernandes said.
Emilie Heath is raising awareness of unsafe conditions faced by nursing students.
Leaving women estranged by way of violence and intimidation is a stain on the live music scene.
Though 10,000 people showed up, the protest was criticised for its lack of First Nations engagement.
Not without its positive elements, the draft alcohol policy takes an inappropriate approach towards alcohol regulation
The controversial decision to include Waterstreet, who faces ongoing allegations of workplace sexual harassment, has sparked public outrage
The decision follows allegations that Charles Waterstreet sexually harrased a USyd student while she was working for him.
The results have been delayed in response to concerns about the planned May release date.