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March wrap up: Informed News Analysis & Commentary by TASA members

Kate Fitz-Gibbon, JaneMaree Maher, Jude McCulloch & Sandra Walklate: Victoria leads the way on family violence, but Canberra needs to lift its game, The Conversation

Paul Henman: After the robo-debt debacle, here’s how Centrelink can win back Australians’ trust, The Conversation

Cathering Strong & Emma Rush: How do you remember a rock god? The complicated legacy of Chuck Berry, The Conversation

Nick Osbaldiston: Contested spaces: conflict behind the sand dunes takes a new turn, The Conversation

Glenda Ballantyne & Amrita Malhi: Interculturalism: how diverse societies can do better than passive tolerance, The Conversation

Andrew JakubowiczThe government’s multicultural statement is bereft of new ideas or policies – why?The Conversation

Nicholas Hookway: Ghosting: the creepy modern phenomenon ending friendships, The New Daily

Eduardo de la Fuente:  Brutalism, a campus love story – or how I learned to love concrete, The Conversation

Peter Robinson:  Peter Robinson on Gay Men, Personal Histories and Old Age, LGBT History Month 2017

Michael Walsh & Edward de la Fuente: Contested spaces: you can’t stop the music – the sounds that divide shoppers, The Conversation

Louise Keogh: Why it might be time to reconsider the money spent on genetics research, The Conversation

Peter Robinson: Faggots, punks, and prostitutes: the evolving language of gay men, The Conversation

Riaz Hassan: Australians aren’t as Islamophobic as we’re led to believe, The Conversation

Petra Bueskens: Australia Needs A Universal Basic Income, And We Should Start With Mothers, Huffington Post