Past events

22
Feb
2018

Managing the practice of writing

Terry Halliday

**_Please note: This is an internal RegNet skills seminar aimed at PhDs and ECRs_** Writing is central to the academic vocation. It is also one of the most difficult elements of our work. How do...

Word idea cut out in book
20
Feb
2018

Refugees and the labour market: Institutional dynamics in comparative perspective

Adele Garnier

Across industrialised countries, refugees’ labour market participation remains low. Literature on the impact of refugees’ individual characteristics (such as gender) on their labour market careers...

Refugees walking
15
Feb
2018

Development in the Philippines: Ambisyon Natin 2040 & the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program

Desiree Joy Narvaez & Christopher Cabuay

## Achieving Ambisyon Natin 2040 ### Speaker: Ms Desiree Joy Narvaez, Senior Economic Development Specialist, National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) **Thursday 15 February 1:15-2:...

06
Feb
2018

Adventures in cybercrime and crypto-market research

Roderic Broadhurst, David Lord, Julian Slater

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](http://regnet.anu.edu.au/research/centres/...

Woman with cyber images all around her
24
Jan
2018

Civil Society Hearing on Therapeutic Goods Amendment Bill

Katinka Day, Choice; Allan Asher, Access2; Ken Harvey, Monash University; Michael Moore, Public Health Association of Australia; and others

On 30 November 2017, the Senate referred the [Therapeutic Goods Amendment (2017 Measures No.1) Bill](https://www.aph.gov.au/Parliamentary_Business/Bills_LEGislation/Bills_Search_Results/Result?bId=...

Australian Parliament
13
Dec
2017

Pracademic policing: How police-led research can revolutionize police effectiveness

Lawrence Sherman and Heather Strang

Can police-led research help to professionalize and improve the effectiveness of democratic policing? A decade ago, the premise of that question would have seemed implausible. Yet in 2017, hundreds...

Blue light on police car
12
Dec
2017

Where should China stand in the international negotiations on intellectual property?

Xu yuan

China is moving from passively accepting economic and trade rules to actively making international economic and trade rules. China now aims to be "actively participating in global governance". In the...

Beijing CBD
06
Dec
2017

Hidden successes? Holistic sustainability policies in three Australian states: A case study

Kuntal Goswami

In Australia during the early 2000s, all Labor-governed states adopted sustainable development-based strategic plans or strategies. This study examines the life cycle of three overarching policies of...

Tiny tree inside a light blub
05
Dec
2017

Fear, fearlessness and environmental activism: The Lock the Gate Alliance

Neil Gunningham, Annie Kia, Hedda Ransan-Cooper

This event is the fourth part of a four part series: [Governance and the power of fear](http://regnet.anu.edu.au/news-events/events/6942/governance-and-power-fear). While the political right may...

01
Dec
2017

Fiona Haines masterclass: Driving your research forward

Fiona Haines

This masterclass is designed for PhD students and early career researchers. Participants will think through critical issues associated with their research through a series of structured questions and...

Plant
30
Nov
2017

The Mindanao Elite Problem

Dr Charles G.L. Donnelly

The Mindanao problem is steeped in the search for identity, territory and legitimacy. The default setting and supreme aim of the modern Muslim insurgency in the southern Philippines has been to...

30
Nov
2017

Ecologically Responsive Regulation: searching for regulatory hope in Pandora’s Box of crises?

Fiona Haines

Multiple ecological crises face contemporary and future generations ranging from mass extinction and climate change to nitrogen depletion and plastic pollution. This seminar examines what regulation...

A female statue holding pandora's box
28
Nov
2017

Misplaced and misused fear

Kathryn Henne, Adam Henshke, Jeremy Youde

This event is the third part of a four part series: [Governance and the power of fear](http://regnet.anu.edu.au/news-events/events/6942/governance-and-power-fear). The relationship between fear...

21
Nov
2017

Fear not, Papa is here

Chris Houston, Imelda Deinla, Jon Altman, Virginia Marshall

This event is the second part of a four part series: [Governance and the power of fear](http://regnet.anu.edu.au/news-events/events/6942/governance-and-power-fear). Fear is a common currency of...

16
Nov
2017

The problem with biologics - and why biosimilars are not the answer

Lisa Diependale

Advancements in the field of biotechnology have accelerated the development of new drugs that are manufactured from cultures of living cells, commonly referred to as ‘biologics’. Due to the...

DNA strand
15
Nov
2017

Rule of Law in ASEAN?

Imelda Deinla

**Please note that food will be served in the foyer outside the lecture theatre from 12-12.30. The event itself will still commence at 12.30.** Dr Imelda Deinla’s new book *The Development of the...

14
Nov
2017

Governance and the power of fear

Various

We have made significant progress as a society toward teaching individuals the craft of managing fear productively. We have been less successful, however, in designing regulatory systems that...

abstract image of a screaming face
14
Nov
2017

Fear in a rapidly changing world

Valerie Braithwaite, Miranda Forsyth, Ibi Losoncz, Rod Broadhurst

This event is the first part of a four part series: [Governance and the power of fear](http://regnet.anu.edu.au/news-events/events/6942/governance-and-power-fear). We have made significant...

02
Nov
2017

China: rule-taker or rule-maker in the international intellectual property system?

Wenting Cheng

Intellectual property has been a crucial issue for China in the past four decades. Internationally, it was central to China’s fifteen-year negotiation on its accession to the World Trade Organisation...

Computer generated grid man with a light where the brain is and DNA strands going horizonally across the top of the picture
31
Oct
2017

Teaching machines to play fair

Daniel McNamara

Machine learning is increasingly used to make decisions about people’s lives, such as whether to give someone a loan or whether to interview someone for a job. This brings with it the risk of...

computer code

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