New research by the Young and Resilient Research Centre and UNICEF shares mothers’ and adolescents’ experiences of diet and nutrition across the world, based on consultation with 573 mothers and 656 adolescents in 18 countries, including Australia. The research shows that, for too many children and their families, regular access to healthy food and the nutrition they need is a significant challenge.
Whether it is Australia or Serbia, Africa or the USA, huge challenges are preventing new mothers, their infants and adolescents from eating healthy food and getting adequate nutrition, shows new research from the UNICEF and the Young and Resilient Research Centre.
Congratulations to ICS researchers Dr Emma Power, Professor Gay Hawkins, Dr Stephen Healy, Dr Fiona Cameron, Distinguished Professor Ien Ang and their colleagues for their success in the latest rounds of Australian Research Council Discovery and Linkage Grants.
COVID has led to children spending more time on screens using social networks, communication apps, chat rooms and online gaming. While this has undoubtedly allowed them to keep in touch with friends, or connect with new ones, during the pandemic, they are also being exposed to increased levels of online hate.
Congratulations to Dr Michelle Fitts who has been awarded an ARC Discovery Early Career Researcher Award (DECRA) to explore the lived experiences of Indigenous Australian women with traumatic brain injury.
The Cultural Infrastructure Research Group is a collection of ICS researchers who have developed a body of work which analyses and identifies the needs for cultural infrastructure in Greater Metropolitan Sydney.
The ICS Seminar Series presents an exciting breadth of social and cultural research from the Institute’s renowned staff and doctoral candidates as well as a range of national and international visiting scholars.