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Wholesome Show podcast with Mai Sato

Live recording Conversations 2019 - Wholesome Show podcast with Mai Sato

04 October 2019

As part of the 2019 Conversations series, Narration and Re-narration as Regulation, Dr Mai Sato introduced her documentary on pub

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Policy Forum Pod: Living with the city featuring RegNet Director, Sharon Friel

04 October 2019

This week’s Policy Forum Pod, examines what’s driving migration to cities and tackles the challenges that the world’s ever-growing urban areas pose to policymakers and urban planners.

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Ashley Schram and Jensen Sass awarded Braithwaite Fellowship

03 October 2019

The ANU School of Regulation and Global Governance (RegNet) is delighted to announce that ANU RegNet Research Fellow

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RegNet scholars host first national capacity-building roundtable on trade and health

26 September 2019

By Belinda Townsend and Ashley Schram

RegNet PhD scholar receives Best Presenter at Humanities and Social Sciences in the 21st Century Conference

20 September 2019

RegNet PhD scholar, Primitivo (Prime) Ragandang received best presentation at the recent UNSW conference:

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Paid parental leave – what’s next for Australia?

20 September 2019

by Belinda Townsend

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Cynthia Banham shortlisted for the 2019 Prime Minister's Literary Award

18 September 2019

ANU School of Regulation and Global Governance (RegNet) visitor and RegNet alumna__Cynthia Banham

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RegNet PhD scholar writes on her experience as a Tamil Australian in 'We, Refugees'

16 September 2019

RegNet PhD scholar Kirsty Anantharajah has written about her experience as a Tamil Australian in the new volume edited by RegNet visitor and former staff member, Emma Larking, We Refugees.

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The potential of policing coalitions in PNG

13 September 2019

Australia has recently announced a $135.9 million package over three and a half years to support policing i

IPCCS delegates Mexico City September 2019

RegNet scholar takes climate change message to the UN

12 September 2019

RegNet’s Indigenous Postdoctoral Fellow, Dr Virginia Marshall, has just returned from Mexico City where she attended the UN Indigenous Peoples Climate Change Summit as one

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