Asia and Pacific governments need to increase their preparedness both at the national level, and collectively, to understand the nature of any displacement and to have the capacity to respond.
The Australian government announcement of 12,000 additional permanent places for Syrian refugees is a reasonable scale of response, if implemented the right way.
Published in The Green Agenda, this essay by Kyla Tienhaara, titled Resisting the law of greed, is based on a chapter in the forthcoming RegNet collection, Regulation, Institutions and
Jon Altman on where indigenous funding is going in The Wire radio interview.
RegNet’s Liz Bluff to take part in Safe Work Australia virtual seminar.
Two scholarship schemes for students considering beginning a PhD with RegNet are now open for applications.
Neutral on the surface and designed to be “one law for all,” planning regulations in fact often disadvantage minority religions.
This new working paper series is part of the ‘Strengthening the International Human Rights System: Rights, Regulation and Ritualism’ research project funded by the ARC’s Laureate Fellowship scheme.
Human Rights and the Universal Periodic Review: Rituals and Ritualism book to be launched at Australian Consulate in Geneva
Charlesworth, Larking and Mulder make submission to Senate Committee.