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  • AUSTRALIA

    What does the Cass Report mean for gender medicine in Australia?

    • Andrew Amos
    • 14 June 2024

    The response to the Cass Review by gender medicine specialists and medical authorities in Australia has been deafening silence. Regardless of your position on gender-affirming care, it is unconscionable to stand in the way of a review that would allow for systemic problems to be addressed.

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  • AUSTRALIA

    When safetyism leads

    • Julie Szego
    • 07 June 2024

    In response to campus protests, universities erred on the side of free speech when every other day, the prevailing ethos is one of ‘safetyism’, namely suppressing speech or inquiry if an identity group frames it as ‘harmful’ to them. Universities should strive to be uncomfortable and ‘unsafe’ for all, with no identity immune from robust scrutiny.

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  • RELIGION

    Pope against the machine

    • Andrew Hamilton
    • 23 May 2024

    When Pope Francis delivered a message for the World Day of Social Communications, he focused on AI. The pope posed a wide range of questions including how to regulate its development and use in order to avoid the manipulation of truth and the inevitable centralisation of wealth and power.

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  • EDUCATION

    When does a protest become intimidation?

    • Erica Cervini
    • 08 May 2024

    Echoing their US counterparts, many Australian universities have also set up Gaza solidarity encampments with flags and signs like ‘From the River to The Sea Palestine Will Be Free’. Jewish students and staff have begun telling stories about feeling intimidated on campus.

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  • EDUCATION

    Degrees of separation: Closing gender gaps in higher ed

    • Erica Cervini
    • 02 May 2024

    In 1883, Bella Guerin became the first woman to earn a degree in Australia, a milestone for women in higher education. Today, women make up a majority of university students and staff, yet disparities in pay and representation persist. 

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  • EDUCATION

    Declining staff-to-student ratios reveal sorry state of higher ed

    • Erica Cervini
    • 06 March 2024
    2 Comments

    By 2012, when the federal government first started reporting on staff-to-student ratios in universities, there was one academic for every 20 students. The most recent data, from 2021, shows that figure had increased to 23. As Australian students return for the new academic year, it will surely come as no surprise to find that ratio has worsened.

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  • Introducing: 40 Days with Eureka Street

    • Staff
    • 14 February 2024

    Eureka Street, published by Jesuit Communications, is offering 40 days of Eureka Street Plus free for all new subscribers until Easter. As part of this Lenten journey, Eureka Street is bringing subscribers a weekly reflection on a theme, followed by selected reading list from our archives to help readers reflect more deeply throughout the week.

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  • INFORMATION

    Winter raffle winners announced

    • Staff
    • 13 July 2023

    Society of Jesus in Victoria–Jesuit Communications Winter Raffle 2022. Raffle drawn on Wednesday 12 July 2023 (VIC Permit No 10186/22). All winners have been notified. Congratulations to the winners and thank you to everyone who supported our Winter raffle.

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  • INFORMATION

    Christmas raffle winners announced

    • Staff
    • 09 December 2022

    Society of Jesus in Victoria–Jesuit Communications Christmas Raffle 2022. Raffle drawn on Wednesday 7 December 2022. 1ST PRIZE WINNER Ticket Number: #2352 from Croydon Park, NSW 2ND PRIZE WINNER Ticket Number: #907 from Bellbowrie, QLD 3RD PRIZE WINNER Ticket Number: #5773 from Deepdene, VIC 4TH PRIZE WINNER Ticket Number: #3713 from Kiama, NSW. All winners have been notified. Congratulations to the winners and thank you to everyone who supported our Christmas raffle.

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  • RELIGION

    Catholic Schools and Church renewal

    • John Warhurst
    • 23 August 2022
    18 Comments

    The successful implementation of the spirit and the letter of the Plenary Council must involve the Catholic education sector. Catholic schools, meaning students, parents, staff members and governing bodies, are one of the most vital sectors of the church along with the health sector. They must be convinced to engage with and support the reform outcomes of the Plenary Council. 

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  • INFORMATION

    Winter raffle winners announced

    • Staff
    • 14 July 2022

    Society of Jesus in Victoria–Jesuit Communications Winter Raffle 2022. Raffle drawn on Wednesday 13 July 2022 (VIC Permit No 10186/22) 1st prize: #4783 from Taringa, QLD; 2nd prize: #4382 from Essendon, VIC; 3rd prize: #965 from Bundanoon, NSW; 4th prize #1193 from Hawthorn East, VIC. All winners have been notified. Congratulations to the winners and thank you to everyone who supported our Winter raffle.

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  • INFORMATION

    Christmas raffle winners announced

    • Staff
    • 13 December 2021

    Society of Jesus in Victoria–Jesuit Communications Christmas Raffle 2021. Raffle drawn on Wednesday 8 December 2021 (VIC Permit No 10477/21) 1st prize: #5194 from Brighton, VIC; 2nd prize: # 3655 from Nunawading, VIC; 3rd prize: #380 from Casterton, VIC; 4th prize #2099 from Killara, NSW. All winners have been notified. Congratulations to the winners and thank you to everyone who supported our Christmas raffle.

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