This research project examines how individual states and key actors within them, international institutions and key non-state actors, perceive the challenges for climate change governance and their ne
Pluralist justice for women after violence: An experiment in building justice webs in the Philippines project
Using violence against women (VAW) as case study, the project traces how justice institutions develop after the peace process and regional autonomy in Mindanao.
This project designed and evaluated an innovative policing strategy for the Australian Capital Territory (ACT).
Why do we often waver in our trust in regulatory systems and how do we establish respectful relations with communities and improve regulatory effectiveness.
This theme applied concepts from the ‘responsive regulation’ model in examining ways to govern the performance of health care.
The voice of patients can be hard to hear above those of the many vested interests in the health sector.
This project analysed three basic means of enhancing the resources of public law enforcement agencies.
RISE was a set of four experimental-longitudinal tests of restorative justice as a diversion from prosecution in Canberra.
Socio-psychological factors and compliance with work health and safety regulation – theory, policy and practice
The project is investigating how compliance with work health and safety regulation is influenced by regulatees’ motivations, attitudes, perceptions, knowledge, skills, social norms and other socio-psy
This project focuses on a problem endemic to the international human rights system: why are international human rights standards widely accepted in theory but so hard to implement in practice?