After presenting yesterday in the RegNet seminar series, Gary Lea’s presentation on artificial intelligence and its regulatory risks has been revisited in The Canberra Times column Gang Gang
As the NSW government considers control orders on terrorism suspects as young as 14, researchers from the Australian Intervention Support Hub (AISH
Opportunity for a three-year full-time PhD scholarship within the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Centre for Research Excellence on the Social Determinants of Health Equity (CRESDHE)
Acts of reprisals have become more varied and severe over time.
In this interview, RegNet Adjunct Scholar Howard Bamsey discusses what can be and, as a former negotiator, what he hopes will be achieved in Paris during the United Nations Framework Convention on
In this article published in The Canberra Times yesterday, RegNet scholar Kyla Tienhaara argues that the tobacco control measures carve-out in the TPP agreement highlights
How ideas of justice and law are being morphed by intermediaries.
Hilary Charlesworth is interviewed by Joseph Weiler, Editor-in-Chief of the European Journal of International Law.
CIGJ presents new working papers related to the ‘Strengthening the International Human Rights System: Rights, Regulation and Ritualism’ ARC project.
A new analysis on whether the Abbott government’s measures ‘stopped the boats’ by RegNet Visiting Fellow Peter Hughes and former Immigration Department Secretary John Menadue has been quoted in the Sydney Morning Herald today. The analysis argues that it was measures implemented under the Rudd government and not the Abbott government which turned the tide on boat arrivals.