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Reasons to Doubt - new book from Mai Sato and Carolyn Hoyle

25 March 2019

What happens when someone believes they are wrongfully convicted?

ANU Philippines Project awards 2019 grants and fellowships

18 March 2019

The ANU Philippines Project awards five (5) high-quality academic and policy research under its Collaborative Research Grant (CRG) scheme and thr

Pills and Money

Intellectual Property Barriers to Sustainable Development

15 March 2019

Intellectual Property (IP) in Australia is defined as ‘the property of your m

Activating the Five Powers of Law

15 February 2019

Some methods of rule of law promotion, such as support for the development of new legislation, frequently lead to disappointing results.

Fresh food market

Are we closing the health gap?

11 February 2019

Ten years ago the World Health Organisation called for the ‘health gap’ to be closed in a generation. What’s been achieved in the last decade?

Image: Andrew Arch via Flickr.

ANU Aboriginal water expert welcomes Royal Commission findings

04 February 2019

Aboriginal water rights expert, Dr Virginia Marshall, has welcomed the findings and recommendations of the South Austral

Junk food (cheap prices). Image credit: playability_de (Flickr)

Major report released by the new Lancet Commission on Obesity

28 January 2019

The following press release was released by the Lancet on 27 January 2019.

Is International Law International? by Prof Anthea Roberts shortlisted for the Hart-SLSA book prize

21 January 2019

The School of Regulation and Global Governance (RegNet) is pleased to congratulate Professor Anthea Roberts on the continue


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