The Centre for International Governance and Justice will hold a workshop on the interlinked concepts of utopia and promise in human rights, examining how ideas of unrealised potential and possibili
The 55th session of the UN Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights considers the reports of Kyrgyzstan, Venezuela, Mongolia, Thailand, Ireland, Chile and Uganda.
Clarke Jones takes a look at the process of radicalisation.
Gemma Carey and Cynthia Banham have been selected to take part in the ARC Kathleen Fitzpatrick Laureate Fellowship mentoring scheme.
Clarke Jones has featured in an article in the Canberra Times on how Prime Minister Tony Abbott’s ‘divisive’ language is undermining community engagement work.
A group of RegNet scholars descended on Seattle for the 2015 Law and Society Association conference in late May.
Two RegNet propelled projects have drawn funding in the recent round of Gender Institute grants.
In this ABC Breakfast radio report, Kyla Tienhaara discusses the real costs of investor state dispute settlement (ISDS) for countries like Austra
Suzanne Akila on what citizens can expect from your government while travelling overseas.
Sharon Friel and Fran Baum, co-directors of the National Health and Medical Research Council’s Centre of Research Excellence in the Social Determinants of Health have published an article on Croakey discussing a new report from the Australian Council of Social Service (ACOSS), titled ‘Inequality in Australia: A nation divided’.