24
Jan
2018

Civil Society Hearing on Therapeutic Goods Amendment Bill

Katinka Day, Choice; Allan Asher, Access2; Ken Harvey, Monash University; Michael Moore, Public Heal

A civil society hearing on the Therapeutic Goods Amendment (2017 Measures No. 1) Bill

Australian Parliament

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20
Feb
2018

Refugees and the Labour Market:Institutional dynamics in comparative perspective

Adele Garnier

The paper compares the relevance of the local institutional and political environment for the labour market careers of refugees in the province of Quebec, Canada and the region of Brussels, Belgium. It identifies the following challenges in both cases: a lack of consideration for refugees’ vulnerability in labour market support; institutional complexity; and financial and managerial constraints.

Refugees walking

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27
Feb
2018

Global lawmakers: International organizations in the crafting of world markets

Terence C. Halliday

Globalization of law and markets has become highly controversial. Global Lawmakers reveals how the United makes commercial law for the world, how they make it, and who comes out ahead. Its socio-legal analysis reveals dynamics of competition, cooperation and competitive cooperation among the UN, World Bank, IMF and UNIDROIT, as these IOs shape global markets through law.

World

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25
May
2018

Philippines Update 2018, Contesting the Philippines

Secretary Benjamin E.

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.

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