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New Publication - Testing for Athlete Citizenship: Regulating doping and sex in sport

New Publication - Testing for Athlete Citizenship: Regulating doping and sex in sport

In this new publication Kathryn Henne asks how doping in sport became a crisis and who gets punished for breaking the rules of fair play.

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New Publication: Sharon Friel on trade policy and public health

New Publication: Sharon Friel on trade policy and public health

Twenty-first-century trade policy is complex and affects society and population health in direct and indirect ways

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Howard Bamsey on Australia and climate change negotiations: at the table, or on the menu?

Howard Bamsey on Australia and climate change negotiations: at the table, or on the menu?

Not paying proper, high-level attention to the current international climate change negotiations raises several risks to the Australian national interest.

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Kyla Tienhaara on why current TPP safeguards won't protect us from ISDS

Kyla Tienhaara on why current TPP safeguards won't protect us from ISDS

If Australia wants to be safeguarded from investor-state dispute settlements it must reject their presence in the TPP entirely

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Applications of responsive regulatory theory in Australia and overseas: update

Applications of responsive regulatory theory in Australia and overseas: update

This Occasional Paper gives an overview of responsive regulation applications and responsive thinking in Australia and beyond

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Glenn Withers to take on role as academic advisor to Global Voices

Glenn Withers to take on role as academic advisor to Global Voices

Mentoring young Australians engaging with international policy

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The Regulatory Institutions Network (RegNet) is a dynamic community of scholars from different disciplines united by our interest in governance and regulation. Combining rigorous interdisciplinary research with innovative forms of knowledge-translation locally, nationally and globally, RegNet has received international recognition as one of the world’s most vibrant governance and regulatory academic centres. Our work is built on principles of justice, sustainability and human well-being and has a focus on the Asia-Pacific region. Currently we work in the following thematic areas: Intellectual Property and Knowledge Governance; International Law and Human Rights; Natural and Human Environments; Social Capital; Society and Health; and Rule of Law. We welcome new research directions.

Professor Sharon Friel joined RegNet as Professor of Health Equity in May 2014 and became Director in July 2014.

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Updated:  14 January, 2013/Responsible Officer:  Director, Regulatory Institutions Network/Page Contact:  Director, Regulatory Institutions Network