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The path of systems realisation for public health

13 January 2020

by Melanie Pescud

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Professor Kate Henne appointed RegNet Director

08 January 2020

We are delighted to announce that Professor Kathryn (Kate) Henne has taken up the role of Director at RegNet as of January 1

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Michael Stone on studying RegNet's MCJR

23 December 2019

Michael Stone is a government lawyer and executive manager with over 25 years’ experience in designing, implementing and governing policies, programs, agencies, regulations, procurements and contra

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RegNet's Virginia Marshall at The Fifth Estate's Tomorrowland Symposium

23 December 2019

RegNet’s Virginia Marshall was part of the opening panel at The Fifth Estate’s Tomorrowland Symposium held in Sydney, ai

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Wake up, Australia: deceit and post-truth politics will not save you from the flames

20 December 2019

In a recent opinion piece written for The Guardian, RegNet’s Virginia Marshall, together with ANU

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Connecting macro level interventions to micro level problems – aged care and the Royal Commission

20 December 2019

How could a regulatory regime be designed so that it is flexible enough to address quality and safety in different aspects of service delivery?

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Embarking on a Booksprint

20 December 2019

In an academic climate that emphasises inter-disciplinarity, impact and engagement, one of the more urgent questions facing academics is: how do you bring an interdisciplinary focus to bear on

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The Climate Finance Initiative and capacity building in Fiji

20 December 2019

Climate change presents a profound threat to our region, one most felt by our Pacific Island neighbours, manifesting in rising seas, extreme weather events, widespread loss, damage, and displac

Emma Guo

Meet Emma Guo

20 December 2019

“I have always had a strong interest in understanding behaviour and solving complex problems,” reflects Emma Guo, who recently graduated from the

Anthea Roberts

Staff Profile: Anthea Roberts

20 December 2019

Anthea Roberts is a Professor at the School of Regulation and Global Governance (RegNet) who specialises in public international law, international economic law, comparative international law and g


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