All stories

Image: CMRF Crumlin on Flickr

RegNet co-hosts roundtable on paid parental leave

30 August 2019

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

Image: Behzad Ghaffarian - Unsplash

Information, Technology and Control in a Changing World - new book co-edited by Kathryn Henne

26 August 2019

Information, Technology and Control in a Changing World - Understanding Power Structures in the 21st Century

Photo by Petra Bensted on Flickr

Labour Lines and Colonial Power - new book co-edited by Jon Altman

26 August 2019

Labour Lines and Colonial Power

edited by Victoria Stead and John Altman

Image: Anastasia Dulgier (Unsplash)

How do health advocates and industry actors try to influence policy making?

22 August 2019

By Bel Townsend, Ashley Schram and Sharon Friel

Image: Florian Berger (Unsplash)

Smoke: the legacy of tobacco in rural Victoria

22 August 2019

By Deb Cleland on Overland.

Image: Vanuatu - Eugene Kaspersky (Flickr)

Men’s behaviour change programs: good news and lessons from the Pacific

22 August 2019

By Miranda Forsyth on Power to Persuade

Sharynne Hamilton awarded Shell Aboriginal STEM Student of the Year

15 August 2019

Sharynne Hamilton, the ANU’s inaugural Indigenous intern who was based at RegNet from 2010-2015, has been awarded the 2019 Shell Aboriginal STEM

Image: Mike mackenzie via

Deep fakes and other AI applications a danger to democracy and human rights

29 July 2019

A new report from the ANU Cybercrime Observatory, Artificial Intelligence and Crime addresses the pressing challenges to cyber safety and security that automated

Congratulations RegNet graduates

19 July 2019

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.

Image: Joybot (Flickr) (

Conversations 2019: Narration and renarration as regulation

09 July 2019

In the 2019 Conversations series, every Tuesday in September we will consider narration and renarration as regulation.


Updated:  10 August 2017/Responsible Officer:  Director, RegNet/Page Contact:  Director, RegNet