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Exploring the edges of law

Exploring the edges of law

Contributing to the development of refugee policy and creating greater awareness of Australia’s international legal obligations is what Lyndon Goddard would like to do when he returns from studying a Master of Laws at Cambridge. The recipient of the 2017 Sir...
Nathan seeks clear answers at Oxford

Nathan seeks clear answers at Oxford

Immersion in subjects examining the crossover between politics, administrative and constitutional law, along with a unique experience working for the UNHCR, have inspired 2017 Sir Robert Menzies Scholarship in Law recipient, Nathan Van Wees, to complete a Bachelor of...
Further insight into immune cell activation

Further insight into immune cell activation

2014 NHMRC/RG Menzies Scholar in Medicine, Dr Si Ming Man, has continued his outstanding publishing record with another important paper on activating danger-sensing proteins in cells, published in journal Cell. Si Ming is half way through his fellowship and is part of...
A decade of humanitarian projects

A decade of humanitarian projects

Human rights and refugee advocate, Julian Burnside AO, and Grand Designs Australia host, Peter Maddison, will headline an event to celebrate 10 years of Architects Without Frontiers (AWF) and its humanitarian projects around the world in November. Founder of AWF,...
Partnership to create Indigenous Mentoring Fellow

Partnership to create Indigenous Mentoring Fellow

The Inaugural Sir Robert Menzies Indigenous Mentoring Fellowship is open for applications as a result of a partnership between the Menzies Foundation and the Melbourne Indigenous Transition School (MITS). MITS opened earlier this year to help students from remote...