The Melbourne Press Club has been a key part of the city's media community for 40 years.
It is a forum where journalists and those in related industries can hear from the country's most senior politicians, business leaders and other newsmakers, and liaise on issues like professional development and media freedom.
Up Close is a fortnightly audio talk show of research, opinion and analysis from the University of Melbourne, Australia.
Beyond Zero Emissions Inc. is a not-for-profit, volunteer run organisation.
Beyond Zero Emissions goal is to facilitate the implementation of the social changes and technologies that will reduce the impacts of climate change and give our society and global ecosystems a chance of surviving into the future.
Voice is the newspaper of the University of Melbourne. It is published monthly and is distributed on the University’s campuses, published as a supplement to the Age on the second Monday of each month and is available online and by free email or hard copy subscription.
Each month Voice explores a major social issue in which University academics and researchers contribute to public debate. Voice also contains research news, informed opinion and analysis, alumni news and profiles, stories on student life and activities, Arts reviews and previews, sport, previews of multimedia programs and listings of Public Lectures and other events.
Sitting at the top end of Collins Street in the Melbourne CBD, the Old Treasury Building is widely regarded as one of the finest 19th century buildings in Australia.
AHWI aims to be at the forefront of Australian health workforce research for four main strategic areas and thus has a significant role in shaping future Australian health workforce policy and practice.
The Sustainable Living Festival aims to inspire and empower everyday Australians to accelerate the uptake of sustainable living. The Festival raises awareness and provides tools for change by showcasing tangible solutions to the ecological and social challenges we face.
In 2009 the Festival at Federation Square attracted over 124,000 visits and engaged more than 450 community volunteers.
STREAT is a social enterprise providing homeless youth with a supported pathway to long-term careers in the hospitality industry. We run street cafes in Melbourne where youth get their hospitality training. Our food is inspired by street hawker food from around the world.
The University of Melbourne's 2010 Open Day website.
The Sustainable Living Foundation (SLF) is a community based not-for-profit organisation committed to creating major platforms to help accelerate the uptake of sustainable living.
The City of Melbourne is convening an Adaptation Network to actively manage the risks associated with climate change impacts facing inner Melbourne.
The YWCA is a global network of women leading social and economic change in over 120 countries and reaching 25 million people worldwide.
Wild and Scenic Film Festival is a gathering of storytellers and story-makers; a festival by activists and for activists.
The Transition Decade presents a different approach that recognises the full scale, scope and speed of change necessary to match the climate emergency.
The Transition Decade creates a campaign platform and a shared timeline for action for the next ten years.
Sprinkla has been created out of a desire to have a positive impact on our planet, and our communities. Our content will inspire you, and offer you solutions that you can use in your own life.
The Newsroom is a Media and PR site and a central contact point for general media inquiries and story ideas from the University, as well as for requests for comment from academics and researchers.
Based in the heart of Melbourne, Qualia Creative is a brand identity and graphic design agency.
The web version of the annual University Alumni Magazine.
The MSSI mission is to progress sustainability as a societal goal, in Australia and the Asia-Pacific region. We achieve this by being a portal to sustainability-related research at the University of Melbourne, and a platform to facilitate multi-disciplinary, multi-institutional research.
The Lowitja Institute is an innovative research body that brings together Aboriginal organisations, academic institutions and government agencies to facilitate collaborative, evidence-based research into Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health.
At the Institute for Sensible Transport, we specialise in developing solutions to increase the efficiency of the transport system.
John Monash Science School is the expression of this unique educational partnership. It is Victoria's first specialist secondary school devoted to the sciences, mathematics and associated technologies fields of endeavour.
The Indigenous Health Ethics Network promotes research that is ethical, culturally appropriate, and benefits the community.
Every ten years, the City of Melbourne community develops a new plan for the city. This plan sets the agenda for the City of Melbourne’s activities for the next decade.
Community Indicators Victoria provides a community wellbeing indicator framework with local level data.
The Carbon Innovators Network helps organisations address their carbon emissions, and in doing so, transforms climate change from a business cost to a business opportunity.
The Environmental Jobs Network is a national not-for-profit organisation providing a range of services for people seeking education and employment in the environment sector. EJN is Australia's leading online resource for environmental job seekers, educators and employers - offering a hub of environment-related resources and information regarding jobs, events and education.