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AUKUS demands more transparency

29 August 2023

by Benjamin Herscovitch

For the Labor party, AUKUS was a done deal from the very beginning.

Advocacy strategies for advancing health in all policies: what works for trade policymaking?

28 August 2023

An investigation of strategies that advance health considerations in trade policymaking may have useful insights for efforts to promote health in other policy areas, according to the researchers in

Job opportunity: Research Fellow at Migration Hub

17 August 2023

The Migration Hub seeks to provide the Asia-Pacific region with a world-leading venue for research and informed debate regarding human migration and mobility.

Paper on sociotechnical harms of algorithmic systems receives Honourable Mention for Best Paper at the AAAI/ACM Conference

10 August 2023

Congratulations to RegNet Director Kate Henne, whose paper Sociotechnical Harms of Algorithmic Systems: Scoping a Taxon

The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Voice: A dialogue

06 August 2023

The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Voice: A Dialogue for Students is a special event designed for students and people interested in learning more about the upcoming Voice Referendum.   

ARC grant awarded for ANU-led Industrial Transformation Training Centre for Radiation Innovation.

01 August 2023

Congratulations to Veronica Taylor for her success in The Australian Research Council (ARC) Ind

New Future Fellowship initiative to overcome violence and build peace in PNG and beyond

27 July 2023

From her very early days as a volunteer prosecutor working on criminal cases arising from witchcraft accusations in Vanuatu, Professor

Police must prepare for a climate crisis

20 July 2023

As we enter another El Nino cycle, police across Australia must prepare for more frequent and severe bushfires, according to a landmark new study involving experts from The Australian National Univ

'RegNet ought to be considered by all': Master of Regulation and Governance graduate Steven Karras

14 July 2023

Recent Master of Regulation and Governance graduate Steven Karras shares with us his rewarding experience studying at the

'RegNet provided me with specialised knowledge and skills': Master of Regulation and Governance graduate Precilla Anna-Kaii Lawrence

14 July 2023

Precilla Anna-Kaii Lawrence recently graduated with a Master of Regulation and Governance from the School of Regulation and Global Governance (RegNet) at the Australian National University.


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