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Morrison wants Muslim leaders to do more to prevent terrorism, but what more can they do?

Greg Barton, Chair in Global Islamic Politics, Alfred Deakin Institute for Citizenship and Globalisation; Co-Director, Australian Intervention Support Hub, Deakin University - avatar Greg Barton, Chair in Global Islamic Politics, Alfred Deakin Institute for Citizenship and Globalisation; Co-Director, Australian Intervention Support Hub, Deakin University

Mourners pay their respects to Sisto Malaspina, co-owner of Pellegrini's Espresso Bar, who was killed in Friday's terror attack. James Ross/AAPWith the simple statement “more needs to happen&rdq...

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How the use of emoji on Islamophobic Facebook pages amplifies racism

Ariadna Matamoros-Fernández, Lecturer in Digital Media at the School of Communication, Queensland University of Technology - avatar Ariadna Matamoros-Fernández, Lecturer in Digital Media at the School of Communication, Queensland University of Technology

Emoji can cloak microaggressions in humour and play. Andre Hunter/Unsplash, CC BY-SAIn the aftermath of the fatal stabbing in Melbourne’s Bourke Street on Friday, Facebook and other social media...

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Expanding suspension powers for schools is harmful and ineffective

Linda J. Graham, Professor in the School of Early Childhood & Inclusive Education, Queensland University of Technology - avatar Linda J. Graham, Professor in the School of Early Childhood & Inclusive Education, Queensland University of Technology

Suspending a student for wagging school likely wouldn't have the desired punitive effect. www.shutterstock.comNew research released today reveals extraordinary increases in suspensions and exclusions ...

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FactCheck Q A: have 90% of Labor MPs worked in trade unions?

Ray Markey, Emeritus Professor, Macquarie University - avatar Ray Markey, Emeritus Professor, Macquarie University

Trade Minister Simon Birmingham has said Labor MPs disproportionately come from unions. ABCThe Conversation fact-checks claims made on Q&A, broadcast Mondays on the ABC at 9.35pm. Thank you to eve...

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Kyoto on the path to becoming the Copenhagen of Asia

Brendan F.D. Barrett, Specially Appointed Professor, Center for the Study of Co*Design, Osaka University - avatar Brendan F.D. Barrett, Specially Appointed Professor, Center for the Study of Co*Design, Osaka University

Most of Kyoto’s narrow streets could become no-car zones. Author providedAgainst the backdrop of climate scientists warning that we have 12 years to cut carbon emissions to avoid disastrous clim...

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Unlocking Australia's productivity paradox. Why things aren't that super

Adam Triggs, Research fellow, Australian National University - avatar Adam Triggs, Research fellow, Australian National University

At least in the movies, Superman is getting less productive. We are scarcely any more productive than we were two years ago, and it is weighing on wages. Shutterstock2018 marks the 40 year anniversary...

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Adenomyosis causes pain, heavy periods and infertility but you've probably never heard of it

Anusch Yazdani, Associate Professor, The University of Queensland - avatar Anusch Yazdani, Associate Professor, The University of Queensland

It's hard to know how many women are affected by adenomyosis. Leon Biss/UnsplashAdenomyosis is a condition of the uterus (womb), where the tissue that grows on the lining of the uterus (also known as ...

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