New $2.4 million joint ANU-Flinders research centre to tackle the social and policy origins of health inequality in Australia.
In February Jon Altman went to Maningrida to investigate the perspectives of the Kuninjku people about what constitutes ‘the good life’ – whether they have it in today’s precarious world, or not; w
In this article published in the Epoch Times, Jon Altman quoted on the state of indigenous policy in Australia today.’It’s worse now I think, than it has been at any time in the modern policy era g
In this Radio Sputnik interview, RegNet visitor Clarke Jones discusses how ISIS is able to reach all classes of society.
In an interview for an article in The Point magazine, RegNet visitor Clarke Jo
In this opinion piece published in the Centralian Advocate, RegNet visitor Jon Altman argues “what is needed is some realistic assessment of what meaningful activity is available for indig
It’s not only Google and Microsoft, all multinationals are playing the same game.
This edition of the Research Papers features papers from Ian Marsh, Jeroen van der Heijden, Clarke Jones, Mary Ivec and Val Braithwaite.
Three RegNet academic positions are currently being advertised via the ANU Recruit website:
Center for International Governance and Justice PhD Scholar, Joyce Wu, has written about domestic violence in today’s Canberra Times, She writes of her experience working with victims of domestic v