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Uneven piles of coins

End inequality, improve wellbeing, squash the Welfare Reform Bill

23 January 2018

What have the 80,000 people who are looking for work done to deserve such a brutal cull of income support payments proposed under compliance changes in the Welfare Reform Bill?

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Novel alliances in a divided town: Coal seam gas and fear in Narrabri

11 December 2017

This blog was produced as part of our seminar series: Governance and the power of fear.

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Beyond fear: Courage

11 December 2017

This blog was produced as part of our seminar series: Governance and the power of fear.

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Fear, fearlessness and environmental activism

07 December 2017

This blog was produced as part of our seminar series: Governance and the power of fear.

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Coughs that kill! Fear and global health

05 December 2017

This blog was produced as part of our seminar series: Governance and the power of fear.

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Fear, cyberspace and public policy – or, why I’m afraid of toothpaste

01 December 2017

Fear is a great motivator for activity, but is a poor and at time dangerous tool for policy.

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Duterte and the insecurity of the Philippine middle class

30 November 2017

It is widely believed that the middle class is an engine for social change. But they can also be the driving force for no change or regression.

Alumni Profile - Seung-Hun Hong

30 November 2017

Current role: Principal Researcher, Korean Embassy, London, UK

Graduation year: 2016

Alumni Profile - Jolyon Ford

30 November 2017

I undertook a PhD at RegNet on the private sector’s role in the recovery of post-conflict countries – bringing together insights from the fields of human rights, peace-building and regulatory theory.

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