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Health, Equity and Governance group - research snapshot slides

Health, Equity and Governance group - research snapshot slides

The slides from the Health, Equity and Governance group's recent research snapshots seminar are now available.

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Buddhi Lokuge's memoir published: A Doctor's Dream: A story of hope from the Top End

Buddhi Lokuge's memoir published: A Doctor's Dream: A story of hope from the Top End

This memoir follows Dr Lokuge's path to developing a new model of care for the treatment of a debilitating disease in Arnhem Land.

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Peter Hughes on Australian jihadists: is revoking citizenship the answer?

Peter Hughes on Australian jihadists: is revoking citizenship the answer?

Using Australian citizenship legislation to indirectly solve a problem that cannot be solved directly is not new.

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Regarding Rights blog -    Making reparation for Khmer Rouge crimes at the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia

Regarding Rights blog - Making reparation for Khmer Rouge crimes at the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia

Representative justice process and tangible reparations may give new hope to victims of crimes

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Christoph Sperfeldt on Broadcasting justice: Media Outreach at the Khmer Rouge Trials

Christoph Sperfeldt on Broadcasting justice: Media Outreach at the Khmer Rouge Trials

What role can a Cambodian TV series play in building a bridge between the tribunal and the affected Cambodian population?

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Jeroen van der Heijden on experimentation in policy design: insights from the building sector

Jeroen van der Heijden on experimentation in policy design: insights from the building sector

Does experimentation in policy design in the building sector result in more sustainble buildings?

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RegNet The Regulatory Institutions Network (RegNet) is recognised as one of the world’s most vibrant governance and regulatory academic centres, combining rigorous interdisciplinary research with effective knowledge translation locally, nationally and globally. RegNet’s work is built on principles of justice, sustainability and human well-being. We are a dynamic community of mix-methods scholars from different disciplines united by our interest in governance and regulation.

Currently we work in policy-relevant areas such as Intellectual Property and Knowledge Governance; International Law and Human Rights; Natural and Human Environments; Restorative Justice; Rule of Law; and Society and Human Health.

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

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