April 2017

04
Apr
2017

Overturning aqua nullius and reaffirming the Indigenous rule of law(s)

Virginia Marshall

The omission of Indigenous peoples’ water rights and interests, and the case for Australia’s formal recognition of the Indigenous rule of law(s) is examined.

Image of fishermen silhouetted by sunset, supplied by Lirrwi Indigenous Tourism in Arnhem Land NT

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05
Apr
2017

Virginia Marshall masterclass: overturning aqua nullius - securing aboriginal water rights

Virginia Marshall

The issues and challenges that face Indigenous peoples of Australia, governments and stakeholders in future water security will be explored in this masterclass.

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11
Apr
2017

Critical analysis of current regulatory frameworks to encourage investment in solar PV in Indonesia

James Prest

This presentation critically reviews the design, implementation and effectiveness of Indonesia’s 2016 and 2017 Feed in Tariff incentive laws for grid-connected utility-scale solar PV.

Photograph: solar panels in Weepatando village, Sumba island, Indonesia

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13
Apr
2017

Protecting economic and social rights in post-conflict Timor-Leste: a regulatory theory approach

Adérito Soares

The protection of some aspects of economic and social rights and the link between human rights and corruption in Timor-Leste is examined.

Photograph: Timor-Leste flag

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18
Apr
2017

RegNet April 2017 School Meeting

RegNet

All RegNet School of Regulation and Global Governance staff, visitors and students are welcome to attend our school meeting.

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18
Apr
2017

Technology, politics and future challenges for the regulation of outer space

Steven Freeland

This seminar will address some of the major challenges facing regulators and those seeking to develop appropriate legal rules to manage current and future activities in the exploration and use of outer space.

Photograph: the milky way

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20
Apr
2017

Do economic crises transform social regulation? Examining regulatory outputs in social policy-making in Europe

Jacint Jordana

This presentation discusses to what extent economic crisis had an impact on social policies in Europe during recent decades.

Photograph: Greek protester unfurls his Greek flag and message, "Bread, Education, Proximity with politicians, With all necessary sacrifices."

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26
Apr
2017

Drugs, deaths and poverty: lessons for the Philippines from the region

Professor Roderic Broadhurst and Dr Christopher Ward, SC

Can the Philippines learn from its neighbours when it comes to addressing crime? Offering a comparative perspective, two distinguished speakers discuss how the Philippines might develop responsive policies and measures on crime and drugs.

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