How Melburnians work, learn and thrive in a post-lockdown city is revealed in new report
A first-of-its-kind, city-wide survey of Melbourne residents shows just how dramatically our working practices have changed since the beginning of the pandemic and highlights the digital infrastructure we need to support a vastly changed working, learning and thriving city, a new RMIT report reveals.
It’s hard to see a city’s limitations with full vision
Accessibility is in the eye of the beholder, and for many it’s difficult to see the countless limitations in public spaces. So how can we make our cities and neighbourhoods a place for everyone? That’s one of the big issues being discussed at this year's Future/Inclusive Festival.
RMIT welcomes the addition of Auslan courses to Victoria's free TAFE list
RMIT has welcomed news that the Victorian Government has added courses in Auslan to its Free TAFE list, helping more Victorians become Auslan interpreters and contributing to a more diverse and inclusive community.
How will women be impacted by hybrid working and climate change?
This year’s International Women’s Day theme is “Gender equality today for a sustainable tomorrow.” We asked RMIT’s Dr Leonora Risse and Professor Lauren Rickards about how the pandemic and a shift to hybrid working will impact gender equality and why women are more likely to be vulnerable to the impacts of climate change.