Unis face questions on skills investment challenge
Economy | 12 August
Multiple high-ranking academics have fronted a parliamentary inquiry examining the university sector's investment in skills.
Report on support for older migrants and refugees
New report recommends improved services, closer to home for older Victorians from migrant and refugee backgrounds.
Universities discuss investment in skills
Roundtable with universities considers their investment in skills.
Hear from some of our state's leading voices, across all sectors of the Victorian community.
'Parliament presents' is a series of online conversations that offer some fascinating insights and ideas from the fields of science, history and heritage, design, culture and community advocacy. Below is a selection of recent events, which are streamed live here on the parliament's website and via Facebook Live.
Science and culture on Country
Wiradjuri scholars Kate Harriden and Associate Professor Michael-Shawn Fletcher discuss the exciting opportunities that Aboriginal knowledge offers for urban and regional environmental management.
Biodiversity conservation and recovery in Victoria
This World Environment Day, join leaders from government, industry, the community and academia, who will provide their perspectives on protecting and recovering Victoria’s biodiversity.
Fit for purpose
Buildings are often required to evolve in response to changing needs. Hear from a panel of experts representing key Victorian cultural, community and civic institutions, about the challenge of transforming heritage buildings to meet 21st Century needs.
Universities' skills inquiry calls for submissions
Economy | 21 March
Victorians can have their say on the state’s universities as part of a new parliamentary inquiry.
Coburg hearing on support for older Victorian migrants and refugees
Society | 17 March
A parliamentary inquiry assessing support for older Victorians from migrant and refugee backgrounds has heard directly from people in Melbourne's inner-north.
Ukrainian Flag flown at Victoria’s Parliament in support of democracy
General | 4 March
The Ukrainian Flag is being flown on Parliament House in Melbourne in support of peace, freedom and democracy in Ukraine.
Improving environmental infrastructure in Victoria
Infrastructure | 16 February
A landmark report makes 57 recommendations to improve the provision of environmental infrastructure for growing populations across Victoria.
Government supports recommendations to address COVID-19 impacts on tourism and events sectors
Economy | 10 February
Recommendations from the Legislative Council Economy and Infrastructure Committee to support Victoria's tourism and event sectors have been agreed to by the Government.
Pandemic Committee provides greater oversight
Health & Welfare | 1 February
The newly established Pandemic Declaration Accountability and Oversight Committee held its first public hearing on 31 January 2022.
Victims of crime reveal their pain at public hearings
Justice | 31 January
The inquiry into Victoria's criminal justice system heard from many victims of crime during its public hearing phase.
Aboriginal Change Makers resource launched
General | 5 January
Aboriginal history, culture and identity feature in a landmark education resource published online.