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Report from Mindanao - Enhancing the effectiveness and capacity of the Shari’ah in the Bangsamoro

Report from Mindanao - Enhancing the effectiveness and capacity of the Shari’ah in the Bangsamoro

26 key members of the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) and personnel of its Shari’ah Tribunal participated in this seminar and workshop.

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Clarke Jones on why the national security review misses the threat of terrorism

Clarke Jones on why the national security review misses the threat of terrorism

Australia's response to terrorism must not be rooted in short-term political gains. It must be measured, focused, practical and compassionate.

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Clarke Jones on why the national security changes are unlikely to make us safer

Clarke Jones on why the national security changes are unlikely to make us safer

New measures will not only have very little impact on Australia’s security, but they also have the potential to exacerbate the underlying causes of violent extremism

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Cynthia Banham on civil society expectations in the case of David Hicks

Cynthia Banham on civil society expectations in the case of David Hicks

The campaign for David Hicks was always about politics, not accountability, which is why interest dwindled upon his return home.

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Regarding Rights blog -  time to reign in corporate colonisation

Regarding Rights blog - time to reign in corporate colonisation

To what extent should company directors be held personally accountable in cases in which the corporation that they steward profits from serious human rights violations?

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President Ghani of Afghanistan congratulates Ali Wardak on 'Crime and War in Afghanistan'

President Ghani of Afghanistan congratulates Ali Wardak on 'Crime and War in Afghanistan'

President Ghani urges leaders to read the Radzinowicz Memorial Prize winning paper

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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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