The Swinburne Institute for Social Research
The Swinburne Institute for Social Research is one of the largest social science and humanities research centres in Australia. We produce relevant and outstanding research across a range of critical issues, including the sustainability of our cities, the impact of digital technologies, and the movement of people across borders. Or researchers work with industry, government and community partners to extend the evidence base, identify solutions to complex problems and contribute to public debate.
Beyond deterrence: reframing the asylum seeker debate
Experts are calling for a reframing of 'unjust' asylum seeker policy
Australians embrace VPNs
Swinburne's Ramon Lobato and Scott Ewing discuss how Australians are finding ways ...
Policy Online Wins 2014 Australia and New Zealand Internet Awards
Policy Online has won the ‘’Information’’ category in the 2014 Australian and ...
A reading group for all Swinburne staff and students researching in field of Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander and international Indigenous studies.
Friday 31 October
A series of seminars bringing together researchers working on themes of identity.
Thursday 27 November
Justine Humphry presents on access to, and affordability of, digital technology for people experiencing homelessness.