RegNet hosts a number of interdisciplinary centres that examine different areas of regulation and governance.
ARCHE at The Australian National University is committed to interdisciplinary research which is anchored in population health, public policy, and governance perspectives.
CIGJ hosts a vibrant community of scholars dedicated to the study of complex and interconnected 21st century challenges.
A world leader in experimental and theoretical research on restorative justice in a range of areas including crime, conflict, peacebuilding and more recently environmental restorative justice.
The ANU Cybercrime Observatory's mission is to monitor and identify trends from data collected from the Internet, or through government and industry partners.
GET Lab is a home for researchers, policymakers and advocates seeking to advance the politics and governance of a clean energy.
JusTech brings together interdisciplinary collaborators to study regulatory strategies that advance more just and equitable approaches to the governance of science and technology.
By centring governance goals around planetary health equity, we aim to promote the equitable enjoyment of good health for all within the context of a stable, sustainable ecosystem.
The Migration Hub is the University’s interdisciplinary venue for all things migration. We advance knowledge, educate experts, and accelerate translation of research into better migration policies and outcomes.