Experts say Australia is not equipped to keep at-risk families safe during a crisis: report
Australia must improve its front-line social services responses to reduce the impacts of large-scale disasters on vulnerable groups, according to a report released by Family Safety Victoria.
Cryptocurrency Crime Means Harsher Time
Using cryptocurrency to commit a crime leads to a harsher sentence, according to a new study by RMIT University researchers.
“Australians choose to change the constitution - we need to activate their agency”
Delivering the 2022 Higinbotham Lecture, activist and constitutional law expert, Professor Megan Davis, laid out the significance of the upcoming referendum on a Voice to Parliament and the impact of the Uluru Statement from the Heart.
$1.5m boost for innovative road trauma recovery program
The recovery journey of Victorians impacted by road trauma is set to be improved thanks to a ground-breaking new partnership between RMIT and the Transport Accident Commission.