This talk argues that the unlikely success of organised labour in the drafting of the ISO 26000 social responsibility guide illuminates the interactive dynamics of regulatory legitimation and enrolment, suggesting a generalisable triadic strategy in which a regulatory underdog exploits legitimation differentials between a legitimacy-poor regulator and a legitimacy-rich booster to advance its interests in transnational governance.
In this panel leading scholars from the School of Regulation and Global Governance (RegNet) will reflect on the nature of interdisciplinary research. Bringing together insights from a plurality of methods applied across a range of important policy domains, including health, criminology and the environment, the panel will consider: What is interdisciplinary research? How do you do it? When does it work? And, when does it not?
“Fake news” is not new. However, with the advent of social media the ability to circulate “fake news” has had a major impact on decision making nationally and internationally. The seminar will examine examples from Australia and overseas where misinformation has had an impact on policy outcomes and will examine how public health advocates can counter this type of populism.
Join us for a discussion with David Steven, Associate Director of the Center for International Cooperation at New York University and Head of the Secretariat of the Task Force on Justice – an initiative of the Pathfinders for Peaceful, Just and Inclusive Societies. David will discuss the findings of the Task Force’s report on taking a different approach to delivering on SDG 16.3 by putting people at the centre of justice systems and justice at the heart of sustainable development. The final Task Force report is to be presented at the High-Level Political Forum on SDG 16 at the United Nations in July.
In this seminar, Javier explains the main reasons why, almost 30 years after the return of democracy in Chile, there seems to be a level of impunity negatively affecting the accountability cases for the massive violations of human rights perpetrated during the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet (September 11th, 1973 – March 10th, 1990).