A Place for Scientists

One third of Australia’s graduates come from STEMM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics and medicine) backgrounds.1 These students are equipped for employment across every public and private sector, beyond traditional scientific positions, and are crucial to our country’s economy and technological advances. Despite this, there has been a consistent underrepresentation of scientists in political parties and…

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To Strong Women

Regardless of the intersectionality of discrimination, today, a woman’s relative interaction with prejudice in contemporary society is attenuated to an unconscious gendering of conversation. There is a paucity of interactions between persons that disregard, on all levels, the influence of gender within general conversions. Throughout eclectic dialogue, the everlasting and underlying connotations of the difference…

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Beyond Singular Diversities: How a multiplicity of views has flourished in a world of division and fringe politics

As you can probably tell by the profile and accompanying photo, my name is David and I am a young, cis-gender, white male. To a lot of people on the far Left, these characteristics, ipso facto, wholly and entirely invalidate my opinions and analyses on all things diversity-related. Luckily for me, I have two factors…

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