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5 May 2020

A timeline of COVID 19 and Human Rights: Derogations in time of public emergency

This is the final of a series of five blogs on COVID 19 and human rights, focusing on the timeline...

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5 May 2020

A timeline of COVID 19 and Human Rights: A vaccine, guinea pigs and prioritisation.

This is the fourth of a series of five blogs on COVID 19 and human rights, focusing on the timeline...

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1 May 2020
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30 April 2020

A timeline of COVID 19 and Human Rights: Overwhelmed hospitals and rights to life and health

This is the second of a series of five blogs on COVID 19 and human rights, focusing on the timeline...

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29 April 2020

A timeline of COVID 19 and Human Rights: The onset of the pandemic and free speech

The COVID 19 pandemic is wreaking havoc across the globe. Every segment of most societies will be profoundly impacted. The...

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16 March 2023
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5 March 2022

Australian and Japanese universities collaborate on post-COVID-19 business education

COVID-19 not only brought aboutchanges to business education in Australia, but it also accelerated changes within in the business sector itself. Universities are now faced with opportunities in how they respond.

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23 June 2021
Online Learning

Interactive Oral Assessments: A viable model for COVID-19 and beyond

The dramatic impact of the pandemic on the nation’s higher education sector has accelerated innovation and is transforming the way it operates.

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14 June 2021
COVID 19

Mutations, variants and strains? A guide to COVID-19 terminology

Living through a global pandemic over the past year has seen all of us expanding our vocabularies. We now understand terms like PPE, social distancing and contact tracing. But just when perhaps we thought we had a handle on most of the terminology, we’re faced with another set of new words: mutation, variant and strain.

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14 June 2021
Melbourne Mural

What COVID-19 teaches us about resilience

Last year I found my dry cleaner sewing by the light of a single lamp in his darkened store, in a scene reminiscent of an 18th-century still-life oil painting. Only in that moment did I fully grasp the meaning of the words “the economic cost of COVID-19”.

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