Tag Archives: melbourne

Melbourne tram tracks

Don’t look away.

Right Now set a challenge for a lucky bunch of postgraduate students at the Centre for Advancing Journalism (University of Melbourne). The pay off? Scale. Impact. Investigations. New journalists launching careers with skills, contacts and credibility in climate and human rights reporting. 

Back to school

Alice Pung returns to Braybook, the suburb in Melbourne’s West where she grew up, to explore how youth education can break the cyclic nature of poverty and disadvantage.

Pushing the Limits

By Sarah Barton. This article is part of our April and May focus on Art and Human Rights. In 2001 my good friend and colleague Greg Dee was appointed Station Manager at Channel 31, the community television station in Melbourne. The station has a licence to broadcast programs that are representative of diverse communities across Melbourne […]

AFL game and crowd

Taking the mark: homophobia and the AFL

“I figured out that I was gay when I was about 12 or 13 years old,” Ball said. “I fought it for a very long time, and it took me quite a while to come to terms with it because I felt that I would be letting my … community down.” Jason developed his football […]