Past events

05
Sep
2011

PhD final presentation

Russell Brewer

Russell Brewer will present his thesis Maritime security and the governance of partnerships. All staff and students are encouraged to attend.

30
Aug
2011

The essence of responsive regulation

John Braithwaite, RegNet

John Braithwaite is an Australian Research Council Federation Fellow and Founder of RegNet (the Regulatory Institutions Network) at the Australian National University.He is embarking on a 20-year...

25
Aug
2011

Responsibility for justice post-conflict

Jennifer Balint

Post-conflict legal processes are premised on both the need for justice and the need for a new social order. Trials and truth commissions that address genocide and other state crime attempt both to...

21
Jul
2011

Geoengineering

Clive Hamilton

Clive Hamilton presents in the RegNet seminar series.

15
Jul
2011

RJD July School Meeting

TBC

This all school meeting will discuss new policies and procedures regarding travel, welcome our new graduate students and visiting fellows, say farewell to colleagues leaving, and present the proposed...

30
Jun
2011

Regulating overseas development assistance: Peer review versus rights

Sue Rimmer

This seminar attempts to apply regulatory theory to the realm of overseas development assistance (ODA), international aid programs delivered by governments. I trace the history of aid in the post-war...

28
Jun
2011

The legitimacy of peace operations: Through the local lens

Jeni Whalan, RegNet

Jeni Whalan leads this week's seminar in the RegNet series.

21
Jun
2011

Voluntary regulatory regimes

Jeroen van der Heijden

As of March 2011, I work as a Research Fellow at the Regulatory Institutions Network (RegNet) Australian National University. Here I study the development and effects of voluntary regulatory regimes...

14
Jun
2011

RJD June School Meeting

TBC

This all school meeting will discuss new policies and procedures regarding travel, welcome our new graduate students and visiting fellows, say farewell to colleagues leaving, and present the proposed...

09
Jun
2011

Institutional hybrids and the rule of law as a regulatory project

Kanishka Jayasuriya

Legal pluralism — as practice and theory — is frequently viewed as a functional response to the diversity of legal culture and practices around the globe. Such a bottom up perspective elides the...

31
May
2011

Just Culture or just culture? A cautionary tale

Jonathan Aleck

‘Just Culture’ is a term and a concept widely, if variably, used and understood generally to describe an organisational environment in which individuals are encouraged to disclose instances of their...

26
May
2011

Law, custom and conservation: The role of customary law in community-based marine management in the South Pacific

Erika Techera

Achieving sustainable development is problematic the world over, but particularly keenly felt in small island states with large Indigenous populations and strong customary laws and practices. In...

19
May
2011

International violence against women survey in Hong Kong

Brigitte Bouhours (with Rod Broadhurst)

Brigitte holds a BA with 1st class Hons in criminology from Griffith University and has been a Research Assistant for the past several years working with Professor Kathy Daly of the Griffith...

17
May
2011

Victims of crime and the right to redress

Jonathan Doak

Recent years have witnessed the emergence of a ‘right to redress’ for victims on both the domestic and international platforms. Notwithstanding both the extent and rigour of the academic debate, such...

12
May
2011

The essence of responsive regulation

John Braithwaite

John Braithwaite is an Australian Research Council Federation Fellow and Founder of RegNet (the Regulatory Institutions Network) at The Australian National University.

21
Apr
2011

Intersecting with the new other: Timorese culture and identity under UN peace operations

Hiroko Inoue

Hiroko Inoue studied law, politics and international relations at Tohoku University and Waseda University in Japan, as well as at Australian National University, and holds Bachelor of Law and Master...

20
Apr
2011

The rule of law in Afghanistan: missing in inaction

Whit Mason (ed)

How, despite the enormous investment of blood and treasure, has the West's ten-year intervention left Afghanistan so lawless and insecure? The answer is more insidious than any conspiracy, for it...

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