The aim of the ACT Human Rights Act research project was to document the impact of Australia's first Bill of Rights – the ACT Human Rights Act 2004 – over its first five years of operation.
The Australian Intervention Support Hub has been established within ANU’s Regulatory Institutions Network (RegNet) in collaboration with Deakin University, Melbourne.
Australia is classified as a mega-diverse country, but one that is delicately balanced ecologically.
The fields of intellectual property have broadened and deepened in so many ways that commentators struggle to keep up with the ceaseless rush of developments and hot topics.
Through national and international collaboration, Building democracy and justice after conflict sought to develop not only innovative theoretical models to ground international norms about governance
The young people who took part in the Life at School Project are followed up in this study by Jacqueline Homel to find out how they have learnt to deal with victimisation and be resilient.
This book examines the connections between disassociation from collective hopes, social norms and major institutions, poor shame and pride management skills and unethical or anti-social behavior.
A fundamental rethinking is currently under way internationally as to how to deal with so called 'wicked' problems which seem of such a scale and complexity as to defy solution.
Safety for children can be improved and care capacity in the child’s local community can be more effectively harnessed through a responsive regulatory approach.
This project looks at cross-national similarities and differences in the way in which international law is understood, interpreted, applied, and approached by different actors in and from different st