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Sharon Friel presenting at conference

RegNet Director says domestic agendas are trumping progress on global health equity

06 October 2017

Today (6 October 2017 EST), RegNet Director Professor Sharon Friel addresses the European Health Forum in Austria.

Military legacy still stalling Myanmar

29 September 2017

Ever since Aung San Suu Kyi inaugurated her ‘national reconciliation’ government, Myanmar’s leadership has been heavily criticised for silence on the army’s atrocities against minorities — in particular, the Kachin, the Shan and the Rohingya.

Honour the Bougainville Peace Agreement

29 September 2017

This article first appeared in 'War. Crime. Regulation' on 28 September 2017.

Interpretation of sorcery accusation related violence survivor

Tackling witchcraft related human rights violations

21 September 2017

RegNet researcher Miranda Forsyth speaks at UN event about witchcraft-related violence in the Asia-Pacific.

Children at school in Mindanao

Rebuilding education and peace in Mindanao

20 September 2017

The education sector in the Autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao (ARMM) exists within a complex and multi-layered social, political, economic and conflict environment.

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Is International Law International?

19 September 2017

ANU’s Anthea Roberts publishes landmark book exploring the national biases in international law.

Image: Factory workers at GMH Adelaide in late 1960s

As deindustrialisation gathers pace, what does this mean for the health of local communities?

17 September 2017

Many communities globally are facing considerable changes to employment conditions as economies lose their traditional manufacturing base and attempt to transition to an economy based on advanced manufacturing and knowledge based industries.

Global Health in a Volatile World

07 September 2017

This weekend Sharon Friel will give the keynote speech to the Global Ideas conference on Global Health in a Volatile World.

Cashless debit cards for welfare recipients

01 September 2017

The cashless debit card, introduced in 2016 in Ceduna and the East Kimberley, restricts 80 per cent of a person’s regular social security payment to an industry-issued card that cannot be used to purchase alcohol and gambling products.


Updated:  10 August 2017/Responsible Officer:  Director, RegNet/Page Contact:  Director, RegNet