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Pregnancy doesn’t ‘cure’ endometriosis, so where does this advice come from?

Many Australian women with endometriosis are reporting they’re being advised a reliable treatment or even possible cure for their endometriosis is to “go away and have a baby”.

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Royal commission report makes preventing institutional sexual abuse a national responsibility

The Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse today presented a socially and historically contextualised understanding of child sexual abuse.

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Surprise! Digital space isn’t replacing public space, and might even help make it better

You’re on the train on your daily commute, head bowed, peering at your phone. A cavalcade of news stories, friends’ holiday snaps and random promoted images of trending slippers pops up on your social media feed.

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The way your children watch YouTube is not that surprising – but it is a concern. Here are some tips

Young children have rapidly become prolific users of the internet, including watching online videos. While many of the videos are suitable, others use unscrupulous gimmicky methods to profit from a young and impressionable audience.

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Improving education inclusion for disabled people in Indonesia

An Indonesia-Australia collaboration has looked into whether Indonesian schools, including Islamic institutions, open their doors to disabled people.

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The new ticketing technology that may make scalping a thing of the past

As new anti-scalping laws are introduced in Victoria, our research suggests that frustrations with current ticketing systems may be a contributing factor to the continued success of scalpers. But new technologies are on the horizon that will help.

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How Filipino artists are responding to President Duterte and the ‘War on Drugs’

Along one long wall on the side of Manila’s Baclaran church, visual artist Emil Yap has been working for two years on a mural that depicts the cosmology and history of the Philippines.

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A message from the west: Dear Sydney, we're heading for a messy break-up

We're tired. Two hundred thousand western Sydney residents are compelled to journey eastward into Sydney every weekday for work; decent paying, globally connected and fulfilling work. We're over it.

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