Zeros and Crosses: A Game of COVID-19 Public Health Policy in Europe.

“I was talking to a colleague recently when she suggested that the success of North Korea’s COVID-19 management was due to a policy ordering anyone who tested positive to be shot. While this was clearly, at least I hope, a callous and morbid joke. It made me wonder. How close does this fabricated utilitarian approach mirror health policy in the world currently?”

Jonathan Tracey looks at inequality in the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Why Your Vote Matters

It may not seem like it, but one vote can make a difference. There have only been 22 tied elections. Ever. In the world. One of them was a Victorian state seat in 1985. In Ballarat in 1919, Nationalist candidate Edwin Kerby defeated the sitting MP by just one vote. More recently, in 2013, mining […]

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Shaking up politics: founder of Flux, Nathan Spataro

Founder of Flux, Nathan Spataro recently visited UC to speak to students about the party that is here to change up politics.              Flux touched down in UC for the first time last year, starting its own club for supporters here on campus. The unique party aims to elect members who will place their vote in parliament based solely on the […]

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