Past events

10
Apr
2018

A failed revolution: how bureaucrats fight and dance with the silos

Ryan Wong

The UN Sustainable Development Goals agenda has passionately pushed for more policy integration. For as long as bureaucracy has existed, ministerial silos have been preventing integration across...

Business man
06
Apr
2018

Walls between States

Marie-Eve Loiselle

Walls have been used for centuries as a form of protection against a variety of threats, real or perceived. They have been built to defend against thefts, invasions and threats to cultural identity...

Black and white wall
28
Mar
2018

Innovations in development cooperation: Lessons from the Coalitions for Change Program in the Philippines

Prof Paul Hutchcroft

Established in 2012, the Coalitions for Change (CfC) program is the centrepiece of the Manila partnership between the Australian aid program and The Asia Foundation. As it has evolved, CfC has sought...

28
Mar
2018

How can Myanmar regulate its fiscal and monetary corruption?

Naing Ko Ko

Today, corruption in Myanmar is not only a major problem for the country’s economic and political reforms, but also a threat to the country’s national security and economic development. It can be...

Myanmar Parliament
27
Mar
2018

The reintegration of children affected by armed conflict: Conceptualisation and measurement

Luke Bearup and Ibi Losoncz

Disarmament, demobilization, and reintegration (DDR) constitute the United Nations’ (UNs) standardised approach to post-conflict peace-keeping. The long-term consolidation of peace, however,...

Aftermath of fighting
22
Mar
2018

Redress and the ethics of the international: Legalities, histories, geographies

Various

_**Please note: Places are limited.**_ In the wake of genocide and mass harm, international criminal justice offers a global ideal of justice. But what does this mean? International justice is...

21
Mar
2018

Researching redress: reflections on methods and methodology

Alex Jeffrey, Sara Kendall and Ilana Feldman. Facilitator: Rachel Hughes.

**_Please note: This is a public session and all are welcomed to join._** Irus Braverman writes that ‘the potential for […] reflections on our highly routinized ways of working cannot be...

21
Mar
2018

Masterclass: Gender-just peace and transitional justice

Professor Annika Björkdahl

_**Please note is masterclass is aimed at HDRs and ECRs. Places are limited.**_ Transitions from war to peace hold potential to transform gender relations. This masterclass will critically examine...

Abstract
21
Mar
2018

Redress

Various

How can we approach redress for mass atrocities across time and space? A range of scholarly disciplines have sought to explore notions of redress but rarely do they engage in sustained dialogue about...

13
Mar
2018

When is industry rule-making responsive? Some lessons from the Australian telecommunications sector

Karen Lee

Regulatory scholars and others have long maintained that it is beneficial if industry rule-making is ‘responsive’ to the ‘practices and norms’ of all interested parties. They argue it permits the...

Satellite Dish
01
Mar
2018

Governing decarbonization: Conceptualizing and catalyzing political pathways

Hon Prof Matthew Hoffmann

There is no longer a single focus or locus of global climate action. In this talk, Prof Hoffmann discusses a way to conceive of the multilevel governance challenge and politics of decarbonization and...

World from space
27
Feb
2018

Global lawmakers: International organisations in the crafting of world markets

Terence C. Halliday

**Globalisation of law and markets has become highly controversial. Terence Halliday's new book _Global Lawmakers_ reveals how the United Nations makes commercial law for the world, and who comes out...

World
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

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