This seminar will explore regulatory challenges to understand whether the promise of and problems associated with AI in the context of the transition can be tackled through existing regulatory approaches or whether the complex challenge AI poses also requires rethinking regulation itself.
What comes after CDP? Reviewing principles for a new livelihood and work program in remote Indigenous Australia
A new discussion paper making a case for major reforms to how livelihood and work programs operate in remote Australia has been developed by eight leading researchers with decades of research experience on remote Indigenous unemployment has been published by The Australia Institute.
Leading experts from across the social sciences consider questions around the role relationships play in regulation and governance, how current understandings of the regulatory welfare state would benefit from stronger interdisciplinary connections, and how strategic competition is reshaping the prospects for global governance.
Through animated conversation, the panel will develop emergent and existing theories to better analyse connection and disconnection in today’s complex world.
This presentation explores the journey that goes beyond all the bureaucratic issues regulations and remind us that intangible factors like values really matter to achieve policy objective, such as health equity.
2021 Conversations - connection and disconnection (Webinar 2: The regulatory state across terrains of governance)
This panel attends to domains of the regulatory state often understood as disconnected: welfare, development, and migration.
2021 Conversations - connection and disconnection (Webinar 3: global connections and disconnections: markets, state, earth)
This panel will explore the entanglements of technology, data and finance and their corollary across actors and institutions in the domains of climate, energy, trade and intellectual property.