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‘Protest!’ – Mid-Week Review

By Alana Lazdins. The exhibition, ‘Protest! Archives from the University of Melbourne’, at Leigh Scott Gallery in The University of Melbourne’s Baillieu Library features photographs, written histories and a wide range of ephemera documenting student activism on campus during the 1960s–1970s. The exhibition locates student dissent as the catalyst and driving force behind multiple political […]

‘Street Law’ – Melbourne Law Students teaching human rights at High Schools

Right Now’s John Alizzi spoke with Monique Hardinge and Simone King, students at Melbourne Law School who have recently taken part in the credit bearing ‘Street Law’ initiative. Right Now: It would be great if you could start by explaining a little bit about ‘Street Law’. [Monique Hardinge]: Street Law is a subject that involves students […]