RegNet scholars participate regularly in interdisciplinary conferences, workshops and other community consultations. Where available powerpoints, programs and other materials can be downloaded.
Climate, energy & the environment
Private Climate Change Governance and The Divestment Movement, Law and Society Association, Seattle, USA, 28-31 May 2015. View the presentation slides.
Regulation and Risk Management, Queensland Resources Council Annual WHS Conference, Townsville, August.
The G20: A Steering Committee for the Green Economy?, International Studies Association (ISA) Annual Convention, New Orleans, 18-21 February 2015. View the presentation.
Pink Batts and Green Stimulus: The Environmental Politics of Australia’s Response to the Global Financial Crisis, Australian Political Studies Association (APSA) Annual Conference, University of Sydney, 28 September – 1 October 2014. View the presentation.
The Future of Environmental Politics, Australian Political Studies Association Annual Conference, University of Canberra, 30 September 2015 (plenary panel speaker),
Jeroen van der Heijden
The Value of Fuzzy Set Qualitative Comparative Analysis (fsQCA) for Studying Voluntary Environmental Programmes, Law and Society Association, Seattle, USA, 28-31 May 2015.
Synergies between and among traditional and innovative governance instruments for urban sustainability in Australia, ANU, 2 July 2015.
Has the ICC got a Future?,United Nations Association of Australia Conference, 22 August 2015. View the presentation.
Human rights and law - tools for sustainable development, World Public Health Congress, Kolkata, India, 11-15 2015 (keynote presentation).
Law & justice
Australian responses to outlaw motorcycle gangs: the story, the lessons and the potential of ‘people power, European Society of Criminology Conference, Porto, 3-5 September 2015.
The Evidence for Restorative Justice and Responsive Regulation, Restorative Justice, Responsive Regulation and Complex Problems Conference, Vermont, 15-18 July 2014 (plenary address).
Rethinking Legal Pluralism and Justice in Mindanao, DAAD Exchange program, Hamburg & DFAT Policy briefings, Canberra, June-July 2014. View the presentation
Insecurity and Hybridity in Mindanao, Horizons Seminar Series, Coral Bell School ANU, 26 June 2015.
Transparency Games: Illuminating the Challenges for Transparency in Global Sport Governance, Law and Society Association, Seattle, USA, 28-31 May 2015. View the presentation slides.
Lia Kent (with Nuno Rodrigues Tchailoro)
Assessing the long term impact of Chega in Timor-Leste, Timor-Leste Studies Association conference, Dili, 9-10 July 2015.
Rethinking International Cooperation: Crime, Policy and Politics in Australia-Indonesia Relations, Summer Speaker Series, Centre for the Study of Law and Society, UC Berkeley, 17 June 2015.
Who should decide?, The Age of Mega-Regionals TPP & Regulatory Autonomy in International Economic Law, University of Melbourne, 19-20 May 2016. View the program.
International Cyber Security and Law Discourse: Setting the Scene, Conference on State Practice and the Future of International Law in Cyberspace, Cybernorms Platform, 5-6 May 2016. View the program.
Trade, investment & intellectual property
South Asian Contexts and Complexities, Promoting Regional Cooperation for a Food-secure, Climate-resilient South Asia, Fridtjof Nansen Institute (FNI), Norway and South Asia Watch on Trade, Economics & Environment (SAWTEE), Kathmandu, Nepal, 26 August, 2015. View the presentation.
Landscape analysis of EU-China academic cooperation in IP, EU-China IP Academia Network Feasibility Study Workshop, 20-21 June 2016. Read the paper.
Leading Groups and Intellectual Property Enforcement in China, Cai Yuanpei Workshop on Public Policy at School of Public Policy, Tsinghua University, Beijing, 26 June 2015.
Intellectual Property and Regulation of the Internet: The Nexus with Human and Economic Development, Workshop 19-20, 2015 February 2015, Victoria University of Wellington, Law Faculty, Wellington, New Zealand (invited commentator).
Australia’s Regions and Agriculture: Can GIs Help? Workshop on Geographical Indication at the Crossroads of Trade, Development and Culture in Asia-Pacific, 26 & 27 March 2015, National University of Singapore.
Intellectual Property, the Green Economy and Regulatory Capitalism, IPR Nanhu Forum, International Conference on “Building a Powerful IPR Country”, Nanjing, China, 17-18 April 2015.
(with Christian Downie) Going It Alone on Climate Change? Regulatory Unilateralism in the US and China, Law and Society Association, Seattle, USA, 28-31 May 2015.
Australia’s Regions and Agriculture: Can Geographical Indications Help?, Intellectual Property (IP) in the Creative Economy, 10th annual conference of the EPIP Association (European Policy for Intellectual Property), Glasgow, September 2-3, 2015.
The over-reach of trade and investment and its implications for national sovereignty and the public’s health, The Age of Mega-Regionals TPP & Regulatory Autonomy in International Economic Law, University of Melbourne, 19-20 May 2016. View the program.
Transparency in and of the Trans Pacific Partnership, Law and Society Association, Seattle, USA, 28-31 May 2015. View the presentation slides.
Investment Agreements and Border Politics, Green Institute Canberra (public talk), 15 August 2015.
Society, safety and health
Regulation and Social Capital, Restorative Justice, Responsive Regulation and Complex Problems Conference, Vermont, 15-18 July 2014 (plenary address).
Tax and Trust, Looking forward at 100 years: where next for the income tax?, Canberra, 28 April 2015. View the slides.
Valerie Braithwaite and Sharynne Hamilton, The ANU Community Capacity Building in Protecting and Caring for Children Projects: Understanding Relationships in Child Protection Services, University of the Third Age Canberra, 29 July 2015.
The ‘Power to Persuade’ initiative: building knowledge and capacity for working within complex policy networks, 29 April–2 March 2015, International Research Society for Public Management. Birmingham, UK. View the presentation
Partnership and public health: stories of collaboration in research, policy and practice, panel discussion hosted by the Sax Institute (UNSW) and Propel Centre for Population Health Impact (University of Waterloo), Sydney, July 17th 2015.
(with L. Corr) Politics, the Productivity Commission and the ‘problem’ of child care in Australia, Australian Social Policy Conference, Sydney.
(with B. Crammond) Action on the social determinants of health: views from inside the policy process, Population Health Congress, Hobart, September 6-9.
(with B. Crammond) Systems change for the social determinants of health, Population Health Congress, Hobart, September 6-9.
(with B. Crammond B & R. Keast) Creating change in government to address the social determinants of health: how can efforts be improved?, Population Health Congress, Hobart, September 6-9.
People, Power, Politics: a gameplan for health equity in the 21st century, Asia Pacific Academic Consortium of Public Health, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 15-19 February (plenary address).
Social determinants, health equity and public policy, 128th Anniversary International Medical Congress of Sri Lanka Medical Association, 6-8th July 2015 (keynote address).
Intersectoral population health intervention research to prevent chronic diseases: Staying on the leading edge, Australian Population Health Congress, Hobart, September 2015.
(with R.Kharis) One vision for food security goals in Australian food policy; appears invisible, Population Health Congress, Hobart, 9 September 2015.
(with J. Parkinson, C. Dubelaar, S. Judd, F. Newton, J. Carins, N. Zlatevska & S.S. Holden, Eating and Obesity Track, The First Symposium on Wicked Problems in Consumer Research, Melbourne, Australia, 1-2 September 2015.
A Conceptual Framework to examine Free health Care Policy Implementation in Nepal. Emerging Health Policy Research, Menzies Centre for Health Policy, University of Sydney, July 21 2015.