Society and Environment

Six ways to keep Melbourne moving at 8 million

More people living in Melbourne means more trips across our transport network. RMIT experts share their views on how to plan for this pressure and keep our city moving.

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Six ways to keep Melbourne moving at 8 million

More people living in Melbourne means more trips across our transport network. RMIT experts share their views on how to plan for this pressure and keep our city moving.

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Urgent action needed on aged care, work and family policies

Experts are calling for better working conditions in aged care, disability and child care sectors.

Students weave plan for sustainable fashion future

The inaugural Fashion & Textiles Youth Assembly brought students together from across the School of Fashion and Textiles on Tuesday to discuss the state of the current and future fashion industry.

New course to address cybersecurity talent gap

A new cybersecurity course developed in partnership with industry is set to arm people with the skills needed to protect their digital assets.

New report shines a light on UN’s peacekeeping in South Sudan

A new report investigating the United Nations peacekeeping operations in South Sudan sheds light on the success and impact the mission has had on the political and security situation in the region.

Support services vital during forced mental health treatment

An evaluation of advocacy services provided to patients receiving mental health treatment against their will has found independent support is vital to their wellbeing.

Your Fulbright mission: stop nuclear weapons falling into the wrong hands

The stakes could not be higher, but this academic wouldn’t have it any other way.

RMIT ranks among world’s best for impact

RMIT has ranked 13th in the world for its efforts to reduce inequality within and among countries (SDG 10) in the Times Higher Education (THE) University Impact Rankings released today.

Residents left with the bill for flammable cladding crisis

Simon Lockrey, senior lecturer in industrial design, breaks down Victoria’s combustible cladding crisis, what it means for homeowners and what it will take to fix.

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