As regional trade agreements in the Asia and Pacific have expanded into domestic regulatory space, their potential impacts on health have intensified.
This ARC Discovery Project (2019-2022) aims to generate new knowledge on how to effect the development and implementation of multisectoral public policy to reduce the supply and consumption of ultra-p
Improving the impact of state and non-state interventions in overcoming sorcery accusation related violence in PNG
Sorcery accusation related violence is seen as a growing problem in PNG and has attracted domestic and international calls for an effective government response.
Professor Jon Altman is the Oceania regional leader on the in the major international comparative project Centre pour la conservation et le développement autochtones alternatifs (CCDAA) or Centre for
The INFORMAS trade and investment module is primarily concerned with understanding the risks and benefits to healthy food environments and diets from trade agreements, through the establishment of a m
Team Australia for the 2018 Intercollegiate Negotiation (INC) in Tokyo has been selected!
Knowledge networks and policy research centres are being established in order to provide information and to produce knowledge to inform health policy.
Introducing Justice into the UN’s Decade of Ecosystem Restoration: A Community of Practice for Research and Action
This project will create a theoretical, empirical and policy agenda for incorporating justice into the UN’s Decade on Ecosystem Restoration “the Decade”, a 10-year plan to promote efforts to “preven
The Law and Justice Development Community of Practice (LJCoP) brings together practitioners engaged in regional and international law and justice initiatives funded by Australia.
This project examines how technologies, such as biometrics, predictive algorithms and risk assessments, are increasingly used in the context of social assistance provision and regulation.