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Families from Geelong will learn about their own wartime history at a two-day War Heritage Roadshow that kicks off on Friday 30 June.

The first female Governor-General of Australia, The Honourable Dame Quentin Bryce AD CVO, will formally open this year’s Pathways to Politics Program for Women at the Melbourne School of Government tonight.

Families from Wodonga will learn about their own wartime history at a two-day War Heritage Roadshow that kicks off on Sunday 28 May.

Families from Shepparton will learn about their own wartime history at a two-day War Heritage Roadshow that kicks off on Friday 26 May.

Families from Bendigo will learn about their own wartime history at a two-day War Heritage Roadshow that kicks off on Friday 28 April.

Families from Ballarat will learn about their own wartime history at a two-day War Heritage Roadshow that kicks off on Wednesday 26 April.

The nuclear family is “unhealthy”, and our traditional societal structures enable family violence, says Germaine Greer in the latest episode of the University of Melbourne’s The Policy Shop podcast. 

Reading or altering someone’s online vote in Saturday’s election in Western Australia might be much easier than it seems, according to an article published today in Pursuit.

After a successful 2016 pilot program launched in Canberra by The Hon. Tanya Plibersek MP and The Hon. Julie Bishop MP, the Melbourne School of Government’s Pathways to Politics Program for Women is calling for 2017 applicants.

The University of Melbourne is one of four teams worldwide awarded a share of more than US$100 million in funding from the US Government’s Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity (IARPA), in what may be one of the largest-ever research efforts aimed at improving human reasoning.

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