Congratulations to our RegNet graduates, Dr Mareike Riedel and Dr Kuntal Goswami. Both Kuntal and Mareike graduate with their PhDs today in the winter graduation ceremony.
I recently presented some Melanesian examples of legal pluralism at the Fifth Afghan Legal Studies Conference in Kabul. One of the participants asked what I had learnt from them during my stay.
The School of Regulation and Global Governance (RegNet) is seeking an internationally renowned scholar and accomplished academic leader as our new Director.
RegNet Fellow Christian Downie was interviewed on SBS News on June 25, 2019, just prior to the start of the G20 Summit held in Osaka, Japan.
Sharynne Hamilton, the ANU’s inaugural Indigenous intern who was based at RegNet from 2010-2015, has been nominated as a finalist for the 2019 Shell Aboriginal
RegNet Fellow Christian Downie has been quoted in the Australian Financial Review in an article on Australia’s fuel import reserves.
In this opinion piece published in the Lowy Interpreter on 11th June 2019, Christian Downie looks at the upcoming G20 Leaders’ summit and the opportunity it presents for Australia to lead the push
Climate change poses a serious risk to public health: more bushfires, heat related deaths and hospitalisations, diminished safe drinking water, reduced crop production, and a growth in vector, and
RegNet Director, Sharon Friel, has joined the Global Governance and the European Union: Future Trends and Scenarios (GLOBE) project, funded by the European Commis