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Latin America and the global Cold war

Hannah McNicol
A book review of Latin America and the Global Cold War, edited by Field, Krepp, and Pettina.

Latin America and the global Cold war

Hannah McNicol
A book review of Latin America and the Global Cold War, edited by Field, Krepp, and Pettina.

Logistical flows, frictions, and ‘contact zones’

Louis Cyuzuzo
With the rise of US-China tensions in recent years, logistical chokepoints such as the Suez Canal are yet again central to geopolitical rivalry. While more minor actors are unable to exert significant influence over the organization of global supply chains, US-China tensions offer opportunities for hedging that had been drastically reduced at the end of the Cold War, as the author discusses in Panama and Djibouti.

Biosecurity Vocabularies Bibliography

Leslie Kneebone
An annotated bibliography of biosecurity controlled vocabularies.

Festival of Ideas Zine

Nedasadat Sajadi, KATHRYN COLEMAN & SARAH HEALY
Instead of waiting to be told what to do, we now, more than ever, need to have conversations across generations, communities and institutional boundaries to create solutions together. The Climate, Art, and Digital Activisms Festival of Ideas invited diverse audiences and organisations wanting to be a part of creating a just and sustainable future. We flipped the script by opening up the conversation to local community members, interdisciplinary artists, scientists and educators. The Festival program...

Festival of Ideas Zine

Nedasadat Sajadi, KATHRYN COLEMAN & SARAH HEALY
Instead of waiting to be told what to do, we now, more than ever, need to have conversations across generations, communities and institutional boundaries to create solutions together. The Climate, Art, and Digital Activisms Festival of Ideas invited diverse audiences and organisations wanting to be a part of creating a just and sustainable future. We flipped the script by opening up the conversation to local community members, interdisciplinary artists, scientists and educators. The Festival program...

Submission on the Attorney-General's Department Privacy Act Review Report 2022: Exceptions for 'Socially Beneficial Content'

Kellie Gilbert, Ian Muchamore & PIERS GOODING
This is a submission to the Attorney-General's Department Privacy Act Review Report 2022. We focus on the proposed exception to the prohibition of advertising based on sensitive personal information where the targeting concerns 'socially beneficial content'.

Evidence to action (E2A) framework: A participatory approach to action research learning

Jayati Das, Stephanie Butcher, Rewa Marathe & Susanna Hausmann
The Evidence to Action Project at the Melbourne Centre for Cities, University of Melbourne was commissioned by Fondation Botnar, a Swiss Philanthropic organisation committed to improving the health and wellbeing of young people in urban environments. The project promotes the value of evidence building and learning for driving systemic change through programmatic and policy action at all levels of urban planning and governance. The Evidence to Action Framework is presented as a meta-learning tool that...

Educators’ attitudes towards inclusive education and the physical learning environment

MARIAN MAHAT & Ben Sacco
The overarching aim of the study is to investigate educators’ affective, cognitive and behavioural aspects of attitudes towards inclusive education and examine the relationship of these attitudes with the physical learning spaces they teach in.

How to Hub Australia Advice Sheets: Facility Management

PHILIPPA CHANDLER, Rebecca Colless, Benjamin Cleveland, SARAH BACKHOUSE, Ian McShane, JANET CLINTON, HAYLEY PAPROTH, Natalie Miles, Carolina Rivera Yevenes, ROBERT POLGLASE, RUTH ASTON & CLARE NEWTON
How to Hub Australia is an easy-to-read resource set offering the latest evidence and advice for policy makers, school leaders and designers involved in developing and sustaining schools as community hubs. The report comprises the Introduction and Advice Sheets for each of the 12 How to Hub Australia factors.
This Advice Sheet is for the factor: Facility management.

How to Hub Australia Advice Sheets: Evaluation and evidence

PHILIPPA CHANDLER, Rebecca Colless, Benjamin Cleveland, SARAH BACKHOUSE, Ian McShane, JANET CLINTON, HAYLEY PAPROTH, Natalie Miles, Carolina Rivera Yevenes, ROBERT POLGLASE, RUTH ASTON & CLARE NEWTON
How to Hub Australia is an easy-to-read resource set offering the latest evidence and advice for policy makers, school leaders and designers involved in developing and sustaining schools as community hubs. The report comprises the Introduction and Advice Sheets for each of the 12 How to Hub Australia factors.
This Advice Sheet is for the factor: Evaluation and evidence.

How to Hub Australia Advice Sheets: Community strengths and needs analysis

PHILIPPA CHANDLER, Rebecca Colless, Benjamin Cleveland, SARAH BACKHOUSE, Ian McShane, JANET CLINTON, HAYLEY PAPROTH, Natalie Miles, Carolina Rivera Yevenes, ROBERT POLGLASE, RUTH ASTON & CLARE NEWTON
How to Hub Australia is an easy-to-read resource set offering the latest evidence and advice for policy makers, school leaders and designers involved in developing and sustaining schools as community hubs. The report comprises the Introduction and Advice Sheets for each of the 12 How to Hub Australia factors.
This Advice Sheet is for the factor: Community strengths and needs analysis.

All_commandlines.txt

Kshitij Tandon
This file includes all the codes and parameters used in performing the analysis in the manuscript

Principles of Consumer-centred Lawyering at the Mental Health Tribunal

Pan Karanikolas, Christopher Maylea, Lisa Brophy, PIERS GOODING, Hamilton Kennedy, Esther Le Couteur, Robyn Martin, Sarah McClelland, Stephanie Stewart, Thomas Stuart & Penelope Weller
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Evidence to Action Dialogue Series: Young Peoples’ Wellbeing in Southern Cities

Kazi Fattah, Rewa Marathe, Stephanie Butcher & Jayati Das
Between April and July 2021, the Melbourne Centre for Cities (C4Cs) at the University of Melbourne and Fondation Botnar jointly organised the ‘Evidence to Action Dialogue Series: Young Peoples’ Wellbeing in Southern Cities’. This report offers a summary of the ideas that emerged from the conversations throughout the dialogue series.

Laying the Foundation for Gender Equality in the Public Sector in Victoria: Final Project Report

Lauren Ryan, ALYSIA BLACKHAM, SUSAN AINSWORTH, LEAH RUPPANNER, Beth Gaze & Eileen Yang
This report presents the findings from the research project Laying the Foundation for Gender Equality in the Public Sector in Victoria.
The Gender Equality Act 2020 (Vic) represents a radical step change in equality law, imposing a positive duty to consider and promote gender equality on defined entities in Victoria. While positive duties are widely regarded as an essential tool for advancing equality in practice, they have not often featured in the Australian legal framework.
This...

Submission to the Department of Social Services in response to the Consultation Paper: A New Act to Replace the Disability Services Act 1986

Glenda Bishop, ZOE AITKEN, Gwynnyth Llewellyn, ANNE KAVANAGH, Alexandra Devine, Hannah Badland, Helen Dickinson, Jodie Bailie & Nicola Fortune
This submission is made on behalf of the Centre of Research Excellence in Disability and Health (CRE-DH) funded by the National Health and Medical Research Council, 9 February 2023.
The submission is made in response to the Consultation Paper from the Department of Social Services – ‘A New Act to Replace the Disability Services Act 1986’ released on 7 November 2022.

Association of Artist Managers 2022 Annual Membership Survey Report

GUY MORROW & BRIAN LONG
This is the latest in a series of studies commissioned by the Association of Artist Managers (AAM) and the first conducted by staff at the University of Melbourne. These surveys have highlighted how the role of the music artist manager has been changing. The internet and digital technologies have transformed not only the ways in which music artist managers in Australia and their clients participate in the music business, but also the very processes of...

Hey! Hear me out. Voices of Deaf and Hard of Hearing Mob on the National Disability Insurance Scheme in the Northern Territory

Jody Barney, Alexandra Devine, Damien Howard, Yi Yang, NICHOLAS DISNEY, Peter Summers & Ashley McAllister
This report outlines key factors participants highlighted as influencing their experiences within the NDIS, in particular the utilisation of their NDIS plans. We propose potential policy and practice considerations that – when led, co-designed and progressively delivered by First Nations communities - may help improve opportunities for First Nations people who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing to engage with and benefit from the NDIS.

Supplementary Table.doc

Bingyan Cao, Meijuan Liu, Yingxian Zhang, JiaJia Chen, Xiaoqiao Li, Chang Su, Wei Yang, Min Liu, Di Wu, Wenjing Li, Xuejun Liang, Qiao Wang, Haiyan Wei & Chunxiu Gong
Supplementary Table 1 Positive rate of different MODY screening criteria Supplementary Table 2 The clinical and genetic characteristics of MODY in two cohorts (gray lines represent the cohort 2)

Evidence to action (E2A) framework: A participatory approach to action research learning

Jayati Das, Stephanie Butcher, Rewa Marathe & Susanna Hausmann
The Evidence to Action Project at the Melbourne Centre for Cities, University of Melbourne was commissioned by Fondation Botnar, a Swiss Philanthropic organisation committed to improving the health and wellbeing of young people in urban environments. The project promotes the value of evidence building and learning for driving systemic change through programmatic and policy action at all levels of urban planning and governance. The Evidence to Action Framework is presented as a meta-learning tool that...

How to Hub Australia Advice Sheets: Safety and security

PHILIPPA CHANDLER, Rebecca Colless, Benjamin Cleveland, SARAH BACKHOUSE, Ian McShane, JANET CLINTON, HAYLEY PAPROTH, Natalie Miles, Carolina Rivera Yevenes, ROBERT POLGLASE, RUTH ASTON & CLARE NEWTON
How to Hub Australia is an easy-to-read resource set offering the latest evidence and advice for policy makers, school leaders and designers involved in developing and sustaining schools as community hubs. The report comprises the Introduction and Advice Sheets for each of the 12 How to Hub Australia factors.
This Advice Sheet is for the factor: Safety and security.

Laying the Foundation for Gender Equality in the Public Sector in Victoria: Final Project Report

Lauren Ryan, ALYSIA BLACKHAM, SUSAN AINSWORTH, LEAH RUPPANNER, Beth Gaze & Eileen Yang
This report presents the findings from the research project Laying the Foundation for Gender Equality in the Public Sector in Victoria.
The Gender Equality Act 2020 (Vic) represents a radical step change in equality law, imposing a positive duty to consider and promote gender equality on defined entities in Victoria. While positive duties are widely regarded as an essential tool for advancing equality in practice, they have not often featured in the Australian legal framework.
This...

He et al Lung Ultrasound Detects Regional Aeration Inhomogeneity in Ventilated Preterm Lambs ARRIVE Statement 2023

DAVID TINGAY, Arun Sett & Prue M. Pereira-Fantini
ARRIVE statement for manuscript entitled 'Ultrasound Detects Regional Aeration Inhomogeneity in Ventilated Preterm Lambs'

A study to determine suitable and robust intensity measures for reinforced concrete slab subjected to fire

Akshay Baheti, David Lange & Vasant Matsagar
Performance-based structural design is still in a comparatively developmental phase for fire hazard when compared to that of, for example, earthquake excitation. Addressing a significant weakness in performance-based design for fire, the present study aims to propose appropriate intensity measures (IM) for a fire hazard that has a robust correlation with certain engineering demand parameter (EDP) and which may subsequently be linked to the damage / loss estimation a priori, in a structure subjected to...

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