In this Lowy Institute paper, RegNet Adjunct Professor and former Special Envoy on Climate Change, Howard Bamsey writing with Kath Rowley, argues that not paying proper attention to the current int
If Australia wants to be safeguarded from investor-state dispute settlements it must reject their presence in the TPP entirely
The latest RegNet Occasional Paper provides an expanded set of examples of responsive regulation applications or aspects of responsive thinking, both in Australia and overseas.
RegNet visitor Professor Glenn Withers will take up the role of academic advisor to Global Voices, a not-for-profit organisation which provides young Australians with the opportunity to engage with
Cynthia Banham from the Centre for International Governance and Justice, RegNet, ANU, writes about Prime Minister Abbott’s reaction to a report prepared for submission to the UN Hman Rights Council.
Jon Altman writes on the government’s proposed changes to Indigenous Work for the Doll programs in the most recent edition of the St Vincent de Paul Society’s The Record. He argues that the move i
Over the past year, Australia – like many other countries around the world – has been confronted with a range of supposedly radicalised individuals.
RegNet Director Sharon Friel gave a keynote lecture at the World Public Health Congress in Kolkata, India on 15 February titled 'Human rights and law - tools for sustainable development'.
By Craig Moritz, Australian National University; Emilie-Jane Ens, and Jon Altman, Australian National University
A former RegNet PhD student, now Dr Edwina Thompson has given a TED talk titled ‘What the war on terror has taught me’.