education

Cashing in on women’s health

Women’s health has been sidelined for centuries. But now that women are finally being heard, some unscrupulous companies are cashing in on the movement.

Museums that claim to be encyclopaedic have promoted travelling exhibitions, loans and digital repatriation as alternatives to returning cultural property.

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Designing museums for people with disabilities is a critical step towards democratising the arts and challenging power relations within museums.

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For museums to be truly inclusive, decolonised and spaces of education and research requires a rethinking of power relations and learning from past lessons.

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Are universities fit for purpose in the 21st century?

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While boosting Bumiputera enrolment, Malaysia’s racial quotas in universities face criticism for hindering meritocracy and causing brain drain.

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In Malaysia’s post-truth era, information overload and manipulation hinder informed decision-making, demanding media literacy solutions.

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Some of Australia’s top scientific thinkers share their ideas on the tactics required to defeat misinformation and conspiracy theories around science.

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It’s ironic that as scientific evidence on climate change and vaccines have become more compelling, public opinion on social media appears more divided.

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Living with daughters can help lower gender wellbeing inequality in old age. But for that, cultural traditions in Asian societies need to change.

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Developing nations have a real opportunity to cash in on knowledge-based work which allows flexibility.

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Young workers in higher education face less job security and more monitoring of their work.

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