Problem gambling and families: the hidden voices of children
Problem gambling affects many Australian families. ACU academic Dr Aino Suomi investigates its impact on the lives of children.
Losing fear, finding home
Abiola Ajetomobi was forced to leave her home in Africa to begin again in Melbourne. She's now a leader in her community, dedicated to helping others find their feet in Australia.
Helping students through the year that changed us all
Psychologist Samantha Whitehead on how ACU’s Counselling and Disability Service has assisted students through the pandemic.
Why people turn to faith in times of upheaval
As the pandemic shines a light on human vulnerability, people have turned to religion: an interview with Professor Hayden Ramsay.
The importance of Christmas in the year 2020
Fr Anthony Casamento on the significance of faith and the Christmas message of hope in the year of coronavirus.
Making youth-serving organisations safer for gender diverse students
Gender diverse youth often find themselves out of their comfort zone at school and other places. So how do we make them feel safe?
John Fahey: A born leader bows out
On September 12, ACU’s Chancellor John Fahey passed away. Some months before his death, we talked to him about life and leading.
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