Building the research capacity of a government agency by training their personnel in conducting research and using this research for policy and advocacy was the key objective of this training-works
RegNet PhD scholar Naing Ko Ko has been profiled on ABC radio’s Triple J Hack program.
RegNet PhD scholar, Naing Ko Ko was interviewed on ABC radio’s Life Matters program on the promise of a new Myanmar after its recent elections.
Congratulations to Gemma Carey on being awarded an NHMRC Early Career Fellowship in Public Health.
In this opinion piece published in The Canberra Times on November 3, Ian Marsh looks at one of Scott Morrison’s early comments as Treasurer regarding the privatisation of schools and hospitals.
In this opinion piece published in The Drum on 6 November 2015, Kyla Tienhaara argues that the final text of the TPP makes it clear that environmental and health measures
In this opinion piece published in The Drum on November 6, Peter Drahos and Christian Downie argue there is a good case for Australia to act on climate change early and unilaterally.
Congratulations to Shane Chalmers, a PhD scholar in RegNet’s Centre for International Governance and Justice.
What are the possible futures for the protection of human rights?