Charlesworth and Chinkin revisit their ground-breaking feminist analysis of international law.
“You’ve got lawyers, political scientists, philosophers and anthropologists, and I think you need that breadth of expertise to come to grips with something as complicated as ‘why torture?’
Modelling suggests that we will become less food secure, with a substantially reduced capacity to export and that some of the foods which we take for granted, we will have to import in the future.
Clarke Jones, Co-Director of the Australian Intervention and Support Hub (AISH) was interviewed by Genevieve Jacobs on 23 November.
For those who have been impatient to see the Turnbull government change position on climate change, the successful Australian campaign to return to the chair of the Board of the Green Climate Fund
There are no official statistics on the political participation of women with disabilities.
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.