News and events
In this ten minute speech, Christian Downie explores how ideas about regulating people and activities spread across the globe, and not always to positive effect.
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In this eighteen minute speech, Hilary Charlesworth explores the successes and failures of attempts to regulate human rights at an international level.
This article first appeared in TAFE Teacher in Winter 2017.
Opinion piece by Christian Downie
Opinion piece in Policy Forum by Clarke Jones
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Researching sorcery accusation related violence in PNG
Climate Wars: Mark Butler MP in conversation with Mark Howden
Measuring economic progress: breastfeeding and lactation work, or the sex-and drug-trades as worldwide indicators of economic well-being
(State) crime and political party regulation
Facts alone are not enough
How do the world’s Indigenous communities use law, culture and collective action to reduce alcohol-related harm?
Beyond demands for more transparency: the importance of scale in institutional information practices
Valverde & O'Malley masterclass - after governmentality: new questions and approaches
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