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’.
Emeritus Professor Jon Altman argues in an opinion piece published in Crikey on March 11 that the Prime Minister’s recent comments on indigenous Australians living in communities demonstrate no con
To mark its fourth anniversary and to celebrate International Women’s Day, The Gender Institute is hosting a public lecture, Erasing Women’s Differences? Global Essentialisms and Intersectionality
Force still trumps rights where counter-terrorism is concerned
Clarke Jones’ latest opinion piece in The Age (March 4) argues that Tony Abbott’s government has shown little understanding of the underlying causes of terrorism.Clarke notes, ‘the government’s inc
In this opinion piece published in the Canberra Times on February 27, Emma Larking argues that the government’s attacks against Gillian Triggs, the President of the Human Rights Commission have bac