Past events

13
Aug
2019

Reasons to Doubt: Wrongful Convictions and the Criminal Cases Review Commission

Mai Sato, Rachel Dioso-Villa, Gregory Stratton

This book reveals what happens to applications for post-conviction review when those in England, Wales, and Northern Ireland, who believe they are wrongfully convicted, apply to the Criminal Cases...

08
Aug
2019

Influencing policy making in the engagement and impact era

Emeritus Professor Jon Altman

This highly interactive workshop will focus on the role of academics in the policy making process and the changing nature of the role of parliamentary and departmental inquiries over time. It will...

07
Aug
2019

LRSJ/RegNet Seminar: litigating against the death penalty – the Justice Project, Pakistan

Zainab Mahboob, Professor Donald Rothwell, Dr. Mai Sato

Join Zainab Mahboob, Head of Legal at the Justice Project Pakistan, as she shares her experiences of litigating against the death penalty in Pakistan. Together with Professor Donald Rothwell,...

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07
Aug
2019

LRSJ/RegNet justice careers seminar: working against the death penalty

Zainab Mahboob, Sara Kowal

LRSJ will be holding a light lunch for students to meet and chat with two of the world’s leading advocates against capital punishment, Zainab Mahboob and Sara Kowal. Zainab, Head of Legal at the...

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06
Aug
2019

Influencing nutrition policy in Australia

Dr Katherine Cullerton

Dietary risk factors are the number one contributor to the burden of disease in Australia. Multiple studies have shown that regulatory and legislative reforms are the most cost-effective policy...

30
Jul
2019

How effective are police ‘hacks’ of 'Darknet' opioid markets

Rod Broadhurst, Matt Ball and Harry Trivedi

This presentation examines the impact of Law Enforcement Agency (LEA) disruption of opioid supply on Darknet Markets (DNMs). Closure of DNMs by LEAs such as Operation Onymous (November 2014),...

23
Jul
2019

Cascades of crises: great power collaboration in prevention

John Braithwaite

The greatest danger to the US, China and Russia is not each other; it is crises enabled by failures to collaborate with each other to counter threats from third sources. Climate crises, economic...

16
Jul
2019

Regulatory stewardship: will it strengthen Aotearoa/New Zealand’s social license to regulate?

Jeroen van der Heijden

In this seminar, Professor Jeroen van der Heijden will explore the concept of regulatory stewardship. The idea of regulatory stewardship was introduced in Aotearoa/New Zealand in the early 2010s as...

12
Jul
2019

Book launch: From Aquino II to Duterte (2010-2018)

Editors and contributors

The Duterte administration is often considered a rupture in Philippine's politics. Yet, how different is Duterte's programme of change from the past governments, particularly from its predecessor,...

10
Jul
2019

Manila Conference 2019: Pathways to Peace and Development in the Philippines

H.E Steven J. Robinson AO

**Overview** The Manila Conference is a major activity of the Australian National University (ANU) - Philippines Project. Through this biennial conference, the ANU Philippines Project seeks to...

09
Jul
2019

Averting climate catastrophe: extinction rebellion, business & people power

Neil Gunningham, Carolyn Hendriks and Lachlan James

_Update: due to strong demand for tickets, we have moved the event to HC Coombs Lecture Theatre instead._ In 2018 the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change warned that we have only 12 years at...

09
Jul
2019

Politics of nanotechnology innovation in Asia-Pacific: tiny technology meets transnational governance

Kirsten Rodine-Hardy

Over 60 countries in the global economy established new national nanotechnology initiatives in the early 2000s, including many countries in the Asia-Pacific region. While some studies have focused on...

02
Jul
2019

Bougainville’s autonomy arrangements: implementation dilemmas

Gordon Peake

The 2001 Bougainville Peace Agreement ended the deadliest conflict in the Pacific since the Second World War. The agreement, between the Government of Papua New Guinea and Bougainville leaders, rests...

25
Jun
2019

Is there Impunity in Chile?

Javier Andrés Contreras Olivares

(Difficulties and challenges in the accountability cases about the massive violations of human rights perpetrated during the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet) On September 11th, 1973, the...

20
Jun
2019

Taking a people-centre approach to delivering on SDG 16.3: Report of the Task Force on Justice

David Steven

Sustainable Development Goal 16.3 promises to ensure equal access to justice for all by 2030. Without increased justice, the world will not be able to end poverty, reduce inequality, reach the...

18
Jun
2019

Populism, fake news and policy implementation

Michael Moore

This presentation considers how populism and “fake news” are influencing government decision making and policy outcomes. A literature scan forms the base for consideration of a range of issues...

11
Jun
2019

Reflections on Interdisciplinary Research

Various

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...

04
Jun
2019

Underdogs, Boosters and Regulators

Stepan Wood

This talk explores the role of organised labour in drafting the ISO 26000 social responsibility (SR) guide as a case study of the circumstances in which marginalised actors can take advantage of “...

30
May
2019

Organised Crime Research Forum 2019

Various

The Australian Institute of Criminology has once again teamed up with the Australian National University to host the 2019 Organised Crime Research Forum on 30 - 31 May. The primary purpose of the...

28
May
2019

Applying the social identity approach to understand social conflict: A wind energy case study

Rebecca Colvin

The development of new energy facilities is often fraught by conflict between groups of people – pro-this and anti-that enter into a struggle for influence over the decisions being made. When the...

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