How can public health authorities reconcile their regulatory and catalyst roles in creating healthier food environments?
Dr Chantal Blouin is an international expert on health governance, especially for NCDs, and was a panel member of the Lancet – University of Oslo Commission on Global Governance for Health.
Restorative inquiries and hope: learning and healing in universities, deaths in custody and institutional settings
Restorative inquiries create a shared space to develop solutions, to make changes and to bring hope for the future. They can also give rise to resistance, which needs to be understood and addressed. Jennifer will discuss some of these complexities in the context of her experiences in these inquiries.
Conversations on the use of Restorative Practices in Human Services – some international perspectives
At this Workshop, Jennifer and Gale will provide some starting thoughts for a rich conversation about how commitment to restorative practices could build relationships based on trust and meaningful engagement
Drawing from PhD research investigating on how health equity is operationalized at multi-level governance, across multiple sectors, author suggests governing the ideational space of intersectoralism may bring about important changes.
This thesis project will examine lawyer regulation in Fiji, Kiribati and Vanuatu. It will explore how lawyers’ conduct is influenced by state and non-state structures and seek to identify elements that are important to locally relevant and effective lawyer regulation.
Cynthia Banham will discuss her recent family memoir, A Certain Light, which she wrote after completing her PhD at RegNet. It tells the difficult stories of survival of three generations of her family: her grandfather’s experiences as an Italian Military Internee in Germany, her mother’s struggles as a young migrant in Australia, and her own, as a journalist injured in a plane crash ten years ago.