Money, power and family violence: the silence of economic abuse
Sociologist Supriya Singh unpacks the nuances of economic abuse in her TEDx Talk ‘Money and its Morality’, revealing the devastating effects of staying silent about money in relationships.
RMIT class of 2021 graduates at Saigon South campus
More than 940 fresh graduates at RMIT Vietnam’s Saigon South campus celebrated their newly-acquired academic degrees in three ceremonies this week.
Nature as medicine: can a dose of the outdoors cure loneliness?
Can a dose of nature a day keep the doctor away? A new RMIT project is exploring the benefits of prescribing nature in Australia, Europe and Latin America to reduce loneliness and improve mental health.
Leading the way to a sustainable future
From improving gender equity and financial literacy to creating more liveable cities and supporting an inclusive education, RMIT is tackling urgent global challenges to create a more sustainable future.
Close the gap in consent laws for major resource projects: report
A new report highlights accountability shortfalls in major resource projects and calls for legislative reform to protect Indigenous people's rights.
AFL returns to Melbourne, but will it be footy as we know it?
Fans across Melbourne are thrilled for the return of AFL, but with capacity caps on games and other restrictions on attendance, how will fans engage and experience the return of the AFL?
In 2020 our workforce and our caring system broke. They are the same thing
The 2020 pandemic and bushfire crises exposed longstanding weakness in our labour market and the child-care, aged care and disability care systems. Here's a four-part program to fix our broken work and care systems.
Bringing the buzz back to Melbourne: what’s it going to take?
Melbourne is ready for business and to entice Victorians to stay and play in metropolitan Melbourne the State Government is releasing travel vouchers. But is this enough to revitalise the city?