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RegNet seeking outstanding scholars

23 May 2018

ANU School of Regulation and Global Government (RegNet) is recruiting for three academic scholars who will join its world-renowned faculty. The positions include:

Studying ways to address family violence in PNG

22 May 2018

Low-income women living in Papua New Guinea (PNG) face many societal and financial hurdles that limit their ability to seek government or societal help in addressing famil

Congratulations to Fiona Haines, Law and Society Association Prize Winner

21 May 2018

Fiona Haines, Honorary Professor at RegNet and Professor of Criminology at the University of Melbourne, has been awarded the Law and Society Association International Prize for significant contribu

Live sheep exports - not worth the moral cost

09 May 2018

Growing up near Midland on the outskirts of Perth during the 1960s and 1970s, I endured the weekly stench from the local abattoir. It was the price we paid to get meat to population centres.

How income inequality affects your health

17 April 2018

Not everyone has a fair go at living a long, healthy and flourishing life.

Former RegNet PhD student, Prof Megan Davies awarded ANU Indigenous Alumna of the Year 2018

16 April 2018

Megan Davis is one of Australia’s most highly regarded lawyers specialising in public law and public international law.

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Philippines Project collaborative research grant recipients 2018

10 April 2018

The Philippines Project is excited to announce the results of the 2018 Collaborative Research Grants scheme.

Unregistered and untraceable: 3D printed firearms and the gun control debate

09 April 2018

As Tasmania debates changes to its compliance with the National Firearms Agreement, research into new methods of home-made weapons manufacturing raises questions about the toughness of existing gun

Aboriginal child

How The Gap Widened

06 April 2018

Poverty and the quality of life has worsened in many Aboriginal communities, particularly those in remote Australia.

sorcery accusation related violence survivor by Judith Forsyth

Sorting through the witchcraft myths

15 March 2018

Burning or stabbing people accused of witchcraft conjures up images from hundreds of years ago, yet the practice continues today and is even growing in some remote areas of Papua New Guinea.


Updated:  10 August 2017/Responsible Officer:  Director, RegNet/Page Contact:  Director, RegNet