29 May 2013 | The Victorian Parliament's law reform committee has recommended major changes to laws around the practice of sexting, to avoid teenagers who send an explicit picture of themselves being placed on the child sex offender register.
03 May 2013 | Prof Sanjay Chaturvedi – Department of political science at Punjab University and Associate of the Indo Pacific Governance research centre- discusses his perspective on the common problem and new fault lines of conflict in both India and China.
25 April 2013 | Professor Warwick J. McKibbin, ANU Chair in Public Policy, Centre for Applied Macroeconomic Analysis in the Crawford School of Public Policy, outlines some key issues in the global economy and gives insight into these questions using a global intertemporal general equilibrium model.
25 March 2013 | As governments and tech companies are systematically restricting our liberties, and creating an online surveillance state, Dan Gillmor suggests steps we can take as individuals to be more secure and free, and to take back the permissions we're losing.
14 February 2013 | Reporting on the ground as the dramatic events unfolded in Cairo’s Tahrir Square during the 18 days of the 2011 Egyptian revolution, Soueif witnessed the impact of the revolution on the people campaigning and celebrating in the streets, as well as on the writers and artists working in the city.
01 March 2013 | This talk asks whether Australia can reinvigorate its public institutions to better educate, support and care for those who will, before long, play a central role in shaping the future?
20 February 2013 | This discussion covers how the online age has impacted the quality of journalism, and how to resolve the often difficult relationships between old media, DIY journalists and technology.
21 January 2013 | Carey Lyon discusses how the urban environment can be used to create diverse spaces for both learning and research activities within the concept of a ‘vertical campus’ which aims to position students at the centre of the learning experience.
In 1974, the Arecibo Message was broadcast into space. Composed by the finest scientific minds of a generation, its mission was to give intelligent alien civilisations knowledge of the people of Earth. It was, quite frankly, embarrassing. Today a new intellectual explorer Dr Percival Bantam Sauváge has emerged to boldly carry humanity’s business card to the cosmos. takes a light-hearted look at culture in the 21st Century Watch in full