Australia’s national paid parental leave scheme, announced ten years ago on Mother’s Day 2009, was a landmark social policy designed to improve women’s workforce participation, gender equality in w
Information, Technology and Control in a Changing World - Understanding Power Structures in the 21st Century
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Sharynne Hamilton, the ANU’s inaugural Indigenous intern who was based at RegNet from 2010-2015, has been awarded the 2019 Shell Aboriginal STEM
A new report from the ANU Cybercrime Observatory, Artificial Intelligence and Crime addresses the pressing challenges to cyber safety and security that automated
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.
In the 2019 Conversations series, every Tuesday in September we will consider narration and renarration as regulation.