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Detail of Ngalyod (2012) by Johnny Mawurndjul- Museum of Contemporary Art Australia

Johnny Mawurndjul: hunter, fisher and country chronicler

04 July 2018

“When I first met Johnny Mawurndjul in 1979, he was 27 years old.

Philippine Forum Series

02 July 2018

The Philippine forum series provides a scholarly forum to disseminate and discuss research and current developments on economics, governance, and politics in the Philippines.

A successful complainant for damages for defamation following sorcery accusations

Escaping Sorcery Accusations

02 July 2018

This article was originally published by Devpolicy Blog.

Food for thought

27 June 2018

Director of RegNet and the Menzies Centre for Health Policy, Professor Sharon Friel, took part in an all-female panel on ‘The Future of Food’ at the 2018 ANU Future Shaper

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Pushing to add human rights

20 June 2018

When the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) government was considering creating its own bill of rights, it chose

Dr Virginia Marshall- 2018 NAIDOC Week

Dr Virginia Marshall- Because of Her, We Can!

19 June 2018

The 2018 NAIDOC Week theme Because of Her, We Can! “celebrates the essential role that women have played - and continue to play - as active and significant role m

ANU Philippines Project

Engaging the Philippines

15 June 2018

Caught between the rising clout of China and the proximity of Indonesia, the Philippines often gets overlooked.

The Wholesome Show podcast series

Life in a Herd (Part 4)- Sharon Friel and the Manufacturers of Disease

12 June 2018

Listen to Professor Sharon Friel, Director of RegNet, on The Wholesome Show’s mini-series, “Life In A Herd

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ANU & EPA Awarded Research Grant on Restorative Justice for Environment

12 June 2018

The Australian Research Council (ARC) has recently awarded the Australian National University (ANU) and Victorian Environmental Protection Author


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