Past events

17
Dec
2014

Markets in mothers’ milk – virtue or vice?

Dr Julie Smith

Markets in mothers milk are emerging in various forms around the world. Reflecting its importance for infant health, breastmilk sells for over $100 a litre in North America and Europe, and commercial...

27
Nov
2014

Human Rights Reading Group

 The November session of the Human Rights Reading Group will look at “From the Cold War to Kosovo: The rise and renewal of the field of international human rights”,  from the Annual Review of Law and...

13
Aug
2014

Introducing the Health, Equity and Governance Group at RegNet - Research Snapshots

Health, Equity and Governance group

The Health, Equity and Governance group (HEGG) is new to RegNet and we would like to invite you to an informal introductory seminar which will provide research snapshots of our work. HEGG...

25
Jun
2014

Workshop on the Rituals of Human Rights Law

Roland Burke (La Trobe), Danielle Celermajer (Sydney), BS Chimni (JNU), Marie-Benedicte Dembour (Brighton), Tobias Kelly (Edinburgh), Zachary Manfredi (Berkeley/Yale), Susan Marks (LSE), Gerd Oberleitner (Uni-Graz) & Cheryl Suzack (Toronto)

This workshop invites scholars to consider the rituals and the ritualisms of human rights law. Despite its self-characterisation as a discourse of reason whose precepts must be publicly defended...

12
Jun
2014

Book Club - Copyfight: The Global Politics of Digital Copyright Reform

Dr Blayne Haggart, Brock University, with Professor Glenn Withers, RegNet, ANU & Dr Matthew Rimmer, ANU ,College of Law

In his new book, Dr Blayne Haggart grapples with the issue of whether citizens and small countries have any power to resist the juggernaut that is the United States copyright industry. In doing so he...

25
Oct
2011

Taking law to the countryside in China: Results from a rule of law experiment

Veronica Taylor

Professor Taylor specialises in commercial law and society in Asia, regulation, and law reform in transition economies. She has published extensively on commercial law in Asia, on regulation, law and...

20
Oct
2011

Contemplating the place of regulation in the new anthropology of crime: The case of anti-doping

Kathryn ('Kate') Henne

Kate is an interdisciplinarily trained legal anthropologist whose work focuses on the interface between regulation and embodiment. Currently a research fellow at the Regulatory Institutions Network (...

19
Oct
2011

Finding peaceful solutions for West Papua conflicts

Octo Mote

Octo Mote is a West Papuan journalist and academic currently living in exile in the United States. He is a former bureau chief of Kompas magazine (Jayapura).In 1999 Mr Mote acted as mediator in a...

18
Oct
2011

Blocked opportunity and threatened identity: Understanding experiences of disrespect in South Sudanese Australians

Ibolya (Ibi) Losoncz

Lack of respect is a recurring theme in the literature exploring the settlement of South Sudanese Australians with refugee experiences. Qualitative interviews with 16 South Sudanese Australians...

11
Oct
2011

What do money laundering controls control?

Peter Reuter

Money laundering (ML), the effort to conceal the origins of the proceeds of crime, is an old activity but a new offense. The global regime of controls (anti money laundering: AML) that has emerged...

30
Sep
2011

PhD final presentation

Christian Downie

Christian Downie will present his thesis, States, compliance and the international climate regime. All staff and students are encouraged to attend.

29
Sep
2011

Regulatory responses to informal work in Bulgaria, Australia and India: Designing a methodology that captures what responsive regulation should respond to

Shelley Marshall, RegNet

Shelley Marshall is a current PhD candidate. She will discus her thesis, Standard Taking in Malaysia: the impact of post-Asian financial crisis corporate governance reform prescriptions

27
Sep
2011

What is justice reinvestment? Could it work in Australia?

Martina Wardell

Martina Wardell will discuss justice reinvestment and its potential for implementation in the Australian context focussing in particular on its utility as a mechanism to reduce the over-...

23
Sep
2011

PhD final presentation

Russell Brewer

23
Sep
2011

PhD final presentation

Russell Brewer

20
Sep
2011

Assessment: when does it help and when does it hinder? Parent's experiences of the assessment process

Nathan Harris

It is widely acknowledged that there are significant benefits when statutory child protection agencies and parents are able to engage cooperatively with one another to ensure the well-being of...

16
Sep
2011

PhD thesis proposal seminar day

All new PhD students.

We hear from new PhD students for the first time today. All staff and students are encouraged to attend.

13
Sep
2011

Traditional knowledge

Peter Drahos, RegNet

For developing countries the coming century of knowledge-based growth raises several basic development priorities. One of these basic priorities is to think creatively about models of governance for...

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