A civil society hearing on the Therapeutic Goods Amendment (2017 Measures No. 1) Bill
How easy is it to become a cybercrime victim? How safe and easy is it to purchase illicit products on the internet? The ANU Cybercrime Observatory will tackle these questions and discuss their recent work on email scams and darknet crypto-markets. The panel will discuss feasible options for combating crypto-markets and other on-line market forms.
Double billed Philippine Forum Series Event with NEDA Policy Advisor Desiree Joy Narvaez and ANU PhD Candidate Christopher Cabuay.
Desiree will speak on Ambisyon Natin 2040. Chris will speak on the efficacy of the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program
Across industrialised countries, refugees’ labour market participation remains low. This seminar will explore the relevance of the local policy environment, and of non-governmental organisations in providing labour market support. It will compare the experiences of refugees in the province of Quebec in Canada and in Brussels, Belgium.
Writing is central to the academic vocation. It is also one of the most difficult elements of our work. How do we manage it? This session uses one scholar’s practices as a springboard for a roundtable discussion on what works, why and how. This event is designed for PhD students and early career researchers.
Globalisation of law and markets has become highly controversial. Terence Halliday’s new book Global Lawmakers reveals how the United Nations makes commercial law for the world, and who comes out ahead. Terence will launch the book at this in conversation event alongside several experts in the field.
There is no longer a single focus or locus of global climate action. In this talk, I discuss a way to conceive of the multilevel governance challenge and politics of decarbonization and an empirical strategy for exploring how a diverse range of decarbonization initiatives can catalyze transformation.
Regulatory scholars and others have long maintained that industry rule-making that is ‘responsive’ to the ‘practices and norms’ of all interested parties is beneficial. They argue it permits the state to mobilise the talents and knowledge of stakeholders.
Transitions from war to peace hold potential to transform gender relations. This lecture/seminar will critically examine how transitional justice mechanisms may contribute to the building of a gender-just peace in societies emerging from violent conflicts.
The three pillars in conflict reconstruction are Disarmament, Demobilization and Reintegration (DDR). This project critically examines the current approaches to evaluating the reintegration of children affected by armed conflict. These tend to be technocratic, psychological, or individualistic in emphasis. This contrasts with the growing recognition, within the literature, of the central role of approval and acceptance at the local level.
As the Duterte administration marks its two-year anniversary, the Philippines is undergoing a series of internal and external shocks that go to the heart of its constitution and its legal and social policy contract with its citizens.