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Photos from launch of parents and families matter

Photos from launch of parents and families matter

Sharynne Hamilton and Valerie Braithwaite's charter of rights and responsibilities for parents and family members with children in the care of child protection services in Australia launched on September 1, 2014

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Clarke Jones on when foreign fighters return: managing terrorists behind bars

Clarke Jones on when foreign fighters return: managing terrorists behind bars

Clarke Jones in The Conversation

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Parents and family members matter

Parents and family members matter

Sharynne Hamilton and Valerie Braithwaite's charter of rights and responsibilities for parents and family members with children in the care of child protection services in Australia launched on September 1, 2014

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Regarding Rights blog - Tainted UN Peacekeepers: Reportage from the Ground

Regarding Rights blog - Tainted UN Peacekeepers: Reportage from the Ground

Can the UN allow its staff to violate human rights?

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Complex lives, Complex needs, complex service systems: Community worker perspectives on the needs of families involved with ACT care and protection services

Complex lives, Complex needs, complex service systems: Community worker perspectives on the needs of families involved with ACT care and protection services

A new report by Valerie Braithwaite and Sharynne Hamilton

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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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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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