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Howard Bamsey with Frank Jotzo on the Climate Change Authority's draft recommendations

Howard Bamsey with Frank Jotzo on the Climate Change Authority's draft recommendations

Australia can cut emissions deeply, cheaply, with benefits

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Sharon Friel on tackling the social inequalities keeping millions of Australians sick

Sharon Friel on tackling the social inequalities keeping millions of Australians sick

Launch of new Centre for Research Excellence to tackle the social determinants of health.

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Working for wellbeing

Working for wellbeing

Sharon Friel co-director of new $2.4 million joint ANU-Flinders research centre to tackle the social and policy origins of health inequality in Australia.

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Jon Altman on indigenous perspectives of the 'good life'

Jon Altman on indigenous perspectives of the 'good life'

Indigenous Australians feeling the pressure to give up traditional ways and live in larger communities.

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Jon Altman on Australian indigenous affairs taking a step backward

Jon Altman on Australian indigenous affairs taking a step backward

Indigenous policy worse than it has been at any time in the modern policy era going back to the 1970s

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Clarke Jones on how ISIS is able to reach all classes of society

Clarke Jones on how ISIS is able to reach all classes of society

Videos and social media and their role in ISIS recruitment

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RegNet is a dynamic community of scholars from different disciplines united by our interest in governance and regulation. It has received international recognition as one of the world’s most vibrant governance and regulatory academic centres, combining rigorous interdisciplinary research with innovative forms of knowledge-translation locally, nationally and globally. Our work is built on principles of justice, sustainability and human well-being. Currently we work in the following thematic areas: climate, natural & man-made environments; human rights; law & justice; society, safety & health; trade, commerce & intellectual property. 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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