UniSA students to study gender, sexuality and representation

UniSA is taking a forward-looking approach to offer an inclusive, safe, but challenging space to think about the roles culture plays in notions of femininity, masculinity, gender, sexuality, and identity. Continue reading UniSA students to study gender, sexuality and representation

Rebuilding SA’s creative industries requires more than a return to normal

A new report from the University of South Australia suggests the plight of Australia’s creative industries, both before and after COVID-19, indicates the nation needs a drastic rethink on how it values the sector – not just as a source of employment, but as an essential part of society. Continue reading Rebuilding SA’s creative industries requires more than a return to normal

Pressure mounts on Morrison Government to increase JobSeeker payments post COVID-19

By Meika Bottrill | @meikabottrill As Australia begins to relax COVID-19 restrictions, many are concerned that the JobSeeker payments will be the next to go.  (Image Source: United States Studies Centre) Advocates for the JobSeeker scheme have spoken out about their disappointment with the speculation of payments returning to the equivalent of $40 a day once the COVID-19 stimulus package ends. On March 30 2020, … Continue reading Pressure mounts on Morrison Government to increase JobSeeker payments post COVID-19