When tackling a complex problem such as healthy eating, the tendency is to oversimplify the problem and therefore policy domains that give rise to outcomes of interest.
The Australian Prevention Partnership Centre (TAPPC) - Systems approaches to the prevention of lifestyle related chronic disease
TAPPC identifies new ways of understanding what works and what doesn’t to prevent lifestyle-related chronic health problems in Australia.
What are the kinds of interventions that create wars and make things worse for people? How can peacebuilding contribute to justice and development?
This project interrogates how international criminal law can reshape state-society relations in periods of transition after conflict or repressive rule.
The voluntary environmental governance project investigates an emerging trend of governance arrangements that aim to improve their participants’ environmental performance without the traditional force
A Ponzi scheme on the environment? Failures of fiduciary duty and the challenges of climate governance
The business practices of our current generation have been likened to a giant ‘Ponzi scheme’ on the environment.
The ACT Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (ACT ESCR) research project assessed whether the ACT Human Rights Act 2004 should be amended to include economic, social and cultural rights.
ARC Discover Project, Trade policy: maximising benefits for nutrition, food security, human health, and the economy
This ARC Discovery Project (2013-2015) will develop a systems-based conceptual framework for assessing the wider societal impacts of free trade agreements.
ARC Discovery Project, Shrinking the food-print by creating consumer demand for sustainable and healthy eating
Whilst the environmental footprint from food continues to rise, governments, industry and civil society groups throughout the world are frustrated by the lack of evidence for specifying an environment
ARC Future Fellowship, Research to enhance measurement, understanding, and policy regulatory approaches to emerging markets and trade in mothers' milk
Innovation affecting human milk supply challenges current regulation of infant food, but new markets in human milk assist the economic valuation of breastfeeding.