Past events

14
Oct
2019

ANU inaugural Indigenous water forum

Dr Virginia Marshall (School of Regulation and Global Governance (RegNet), ANU), Anthony Watson (Chairman of the Kimberley Land Council), Eugene Bargo (Goreng Kabi elder) and others

Are Indigenous water rights the ‘Mabo’ issue of our generation? The ANU Indigenous Water Forum will discuss the opportunities to advance Aboriginal wellbeing and economic livelihoods through water...

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11
Oct
2019

A New Chinese Economic Law Order?

Gregory Shaffer

China is incrementally developing a new, decentralised model of trade governance through a web of finance, trade, and investment initiatives involving memorandum of understandings, contracts, and...

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08
Oct
2019

Women4twenty24: women’s political representation in India and Indonesia

Dr Tanya Jakimow

In 2019, Asia’s two largest democracies—India and Indonesia—held national elections. In this seminar, these elections provide the starting point to examine how women are faring within their...

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04
Oct
2019

Live recording Conversations 2019 - Wholesome Show podcast with Mai Sato

Mai Sato, Will Grant, Rod Lamberts

As part of the 2019 Conversations series, Narration and Renarration as Regulation, we will be taking a deep dive into Mai Sato's research on the death penalty and its narratives in Japan in a live...

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03
Oct
2019

Bookclub seminar: From Aquino II to Duterte (2010–2018): Change, Continuity—and Rupture

Dr Imelda Deinla, Dr Björn Dressel, Hal Hill, Georgi Engelbrecht, Peter Jennings, Peter Murphy

This RegNet Bookclub seminar introduces the edited volume _From Aquino II to Duterte (2010–2018): Change, Continuity—and Rupture_ ### About the book The Duterte administration is often considered...

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01
Oct
2019

Lifestyles of the electric vehicle driver

Dr Lee White

Battery electric vehicles (BEVs) still make up only a small percentage of cars on the road. Technological improvements have greatly increased the available driving range of BEVs over the years, and...

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26
Sep
2019

Mid-term review seminar: Organising, mobilising, strategising: transforming policy and practice around HIV and illicit drugs

Daniel Reeders

In nodal governance, a central question is how to build a network that can steer the flow of events in a complex social system. This mid-term review seminar presents preliminary findings from an...

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24
Sep
2019

Changing the story book: Re-narration and re-storying as pathways to transformation

Kanika Samuels-Wortley, Aileen Marwung Walsh, Dr Deb Cleland, Associate Professor Kate Henne

### Conversations series 2019: Narration and renarration as regulation Re-storying is a powerful strategy that has been used in different contexts, particularly to re-centre marginalised or...

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23
Sep
2019

Tell Your Story workshop with editor Nadine Davidoff

Nadine Davidoff

This full-day workshop guides academics in the transition from academic prose to writing for a non-specialist readership. In particular, how to: * Develop a distinctive and personal...

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17
Sep
2019

Narration and re-narration through multiple genres and creative media

Jono Lineen, Dr Mai Sato, Dr Graeme Smith, Dr Gordon Peake

## Conversations series 2019: Narration and renarration as regulation This seminar brings together four academics who have used documentaries, podcasts and commercial non-fiction to showcase their...

11
Sep
2019

Institutional Disrespect

Dr Ibolya (Ibi) Losoncz, Atem Atem, Karen Middleton

Whose responsibility is it to address the disrespect felt by immigrants and other marginalised groups in their dealings with government institutions? The book Institutional Disrespect, argues that...

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10
Sep
2019

Changing the story: Narration and framing in regulation and governance

Professor Anthea Roberts, Elizabeth Boulton, Mark Kenny, Associate Professor Miranda Forsyth

## Conversations 2019: Narration and renarration as regulation This panel explores the role of narratives in framing how problems are understood and their consequent impact on how policies and...

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05
Sep
2019

Responsive law and legal systems: what the problem of clerical child sexual abuse teaches about the law’s capacity to respond to complex problems

Meredith Edelman

This seminar is Meredith Edelman’s final thesis presentation. Meredith's thesis is _Judging the Church: Legal Systems and Clerical Sexual Abuse of Children_ and is an investigation of law, legal...

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03
Sep
2019

Shaping society through stories: Narrative as regulation

Desmond Manderson, Myra Mentari Abubakar, Miranda Forsyth, Ashley Schram

### Conversations series 2019: Narration and renarration as regulation _“Story enculturates the youth. It defines the people. It tells us what is laudable and what is contemptible. Story is the...

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27
Aug
2019

Three Perspectives on Energy Research

Dr Christian Downie, Dr José Alberto Hernández Ibarzábal, Michelle Lyons, David Gourley

In this panel three researchers affiliated with the School of Regulation and Global Governance (RegNet) and the ANU’s Grand Challenge: Zero Carbon Emissions in the Asia Pacific project will provide a...

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22
Aug
2019

Next Steps for Paid Parental Leave: Assessing and advancing leave policy in Australia

Ásdís Aðalbjörg Arnalds, Prof. Marian Baird, Dr Belinda Townsend, Dr Liana Leach

The Australian Government Paid Parental Scheme was announced in 2009 to increase mother’s employment while supporting maternal and child health and gender equality. Ten years since this historic...

20
Aug
2019

China in Global Governance of E-commerce

Dr Wenting Cheng

Cross-border e-commerce has surged with the recent exponential technological advances. China, with its comprehensive domestic e-commerce infrastructure as well as its emerging middle class, has...

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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