May 3, 2015 By Aditi RazdanThe presenters of TranzAustralia applauded the ACT for being at the forefront of Trans rights laws. The ACT is the only State or Territory where one can identify as any gender, or no gender, without gender confirmation surgery.... [But] even within ANU, gender markers in school documentation is difficult to change, often leading to students having to correct or “out” themselves through no choice of their own.
April 28, 2015 By Linda MaDr Harris-Rimmer, or Sue, as she often refers to herself, is Director of the Asia-Pacific School of Diplomacy and recipient of a prestigious ARC Future Fellowship for 2015-16. Read the rest
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May 3, 2015 By Benedicte O'Leary-RutherfordIf Into The Wards has one underlying message, it seems to be that studying at Med School is akin to being forced down the rabbit hole, into an extraordinary yet confusing world of OSCE’s, LFT’s and rectal examinations. Read the rest
May 4, 2015 By Angus MackieI understand Pettersson’s position in regards to negative public opinion on people’s political connections. It can be somewhat jarring. However, signing up to a political party doesn’t mean you get a free pass for your beliefs. That is the purpose of honest and open discussions on politics.
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