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Kate Taylor with a new mum and her baby in the antenatal unit, Cambodia

Saving Women’s Lives in Cambodia:
Providing the Very Best in Maternal Care

Kate Taylor made the decision to study a Bachelor of Midwifery at UniSA while volunteering on a floating medical clinic in Cambodia. Twenty years later as the founder of ‘The 2h Project’, she has led the organisation to help thousands of women in Cambodia survive childbirth. more…

Physiotherapist Michael Henry at work

The Brain Injury Researcher who Joined a Legendary Travelling Circus

Michael Henry has travelled the world as a physiotherapist working with circus performers, cricket and rugby players, and refugees. Now, as a third year PhD Candidate at UniSA, he is making use of his 2022 Gould Experimental Science Grant to research a condition common to those he has worked with: concussion and its long-term effects. more...

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We Have the Target that Will Stop Aggressive Melanoma in its Tracks

UniSA researchers have discovered a protein which dramatically accelerates the spread of melanoma. They are developing tools that can detect this protein to indicate the severity of the disease as well as using nanotechnology to target the protein to destroy the cancer. more...

Kylie Moore Gilbert, and the cover of her book 'The Uncaged Sky'.

Dr Kylie Moore-Gilbert
In-Conversation with Jane Caro

Presented by The Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre, this is a remarkable story of courage and resilience. On 12 September 2018 Dr Kylie Moore-Gilbert was on her way home from an academic conference in Iran when she was arrested. Accused of espionage and trapped in a foreign country, Kylie was detained and eventually imprisoned. Dr Kylie Moore-Gilbert tells her story in her book, The Uncaged Sky. watch...

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Together We Can Achieve Something Remarkable

Thanks to our generous community of supporters, we are planning a new trial for pancreatic cancer patients; we are striving for long-term wellbeing by working towards both prevention and treatment of mental ill health; we are fighting against cancer; and we are helping our students to reach their greatest potential. Click to view our 2021 UniSA Report to Donors here...

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Events & Exhibitions

Thursday 23 June >> ARA and Hawke Centre Conversation

Presented by The Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre and the Australian Refugee Association (ARA), and as part of SA Refugee Week, the 2022 ARA and Hawke Centre Conversation will hear the stories from four creatives from refugee and migrant backgrounds discussing the theme: My Story, My Way.

Until 29 June >> My Story, My Way – ARA Youth & Community Art Exhibition

On display in The Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre’s Kerry Packer Civic Gallery, My Story, My Way is a youth art competition and exhibition featuring the artwork of young people from a refugee and migrant background. Giving full expressive control to the artist in the medium of their choice, they share their past, their hopes and their dreams. Accompanying the exhibition is an artist market showcasing artworks from people of all ages from a refugee and migrant background. The My Story, My Way exhibition also includes short films presented as part of the Ghan International Film Festival Australia.

4 – 29 July >> Adaptation

‘Adaptation: the act or process of changing to better suit a situation.' On display in The Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre’s Kerry Packer Civic Gallery, Adaptation features artworks by local emerging artists who attend the art programs run by Neami National; a community mental health service supporting people living with mental health issues to pursue a life based on their own strengths, values and goals. From modern abstracts in acrylic to digital photography this exhibition brings together a broad range of arts practice and an eclectic range of creativity.

Tuesday 12 July >> Daughters of Durga: Manjula Datta O’Connor In-Conversation with Jess Hill

Manjula Datta O’Connor's book, Daughters of Durga, is an incisive investigation of domestic violence in South Asian communities, and the resilience of women in the face of adversity. Presented by The Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre, Psychiatrist Professor Manjula Datta O’Connor discusses her findings in conversation with Walkley award-winning journalist Jess Hill.

Wednesday 20 July >> Illuminate Discussion

Presented by The Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre and Illuminate Adelaide, Dr Andrea Rassell will discuss the creation of The Society of NanoBioSensing appearing as part of Illuminate Adelaide's City Lights program. Dr Andrea Rassell will be in conversation with UniSA's Dr Deirdre Feeney.

Thursday 4 August >> So You Want to Live Younger Longer? Dr Norman Swan

Presented by The Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre, Dr Norman Swan, bestselling author of So You Think You Know What's Good for You? presents findings from his latest book, So You Want to Live Younger Longer? Norman's book is the ultimate guide on what you can do at any age to stay young and healthy longer.

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