Congratulations to RegNet Director, Sharon Friel who is one of the winners of the Vice-Chancellor’s award for public policy and outreach excellence in 2016.
In this new blog on War•Crime•Regulation, John and Val Braithwaite visit Milan to attend a dialogue between convicted Italian terrorists of the 1970s from organisations such as the Red Brigades, and the families of victims.
It seems almost certain that US President-elect Donald Trump will walk away from the Paris climate agreement next year. In the absence of US leadership, the question is: who will step up?
Other invited speakers included the EU’s Commissioner for Justice, Consumer and Gender Equality, Věra Jurová, Judge of the Constitutional Court of the Czech Republic, Katerina Simácková, and Petr Kostohryz, from the Norwegian Refugee Council.
Comparative country studies on health system responses to population ageing and noncommunicable diseases in Asia22 November 2016
Honorary RegNet Professor, Judith Healy has coauthored a new report for the Asia Pacific Observatory on Health Systems and Policies on health system responses to population ageing and noncommunicable diseases in Asia.
While the issue of constitutional recognition for Indigenous Australians is gaining more political attention, there is little understanding on how constitutional reform might successfully Close the Gap.
While the Australian government congratulates itself on ratifying the Paris Agreement on climate change, it is dragging its feet on a less well known, but very important, international treaty on air pollution.
7th annual Human Rights Tertiary Teachers Workshop to be held at Monash University
Anthea Roberts continues her introduction to investment treaty law and arbitration, focusing this time on controversies.
Strengthening the rule of law through the UN Security Council proposals were launched earlier this week.