It is our pleasure to share our successes, initiatives, engagement and innovative contributions enabled by our dynamic community in the RegNet Annual Report 2021.
Emeritus Professor Roderic Broadhurst has spoken to The Daily Telegraph about the rise in 3D printed weapons following a series of raids across Sydney’s west.
RegNet Fellow Dr Emma Aisbett has told ABC News that it’s clear Europe is economically vulnerable to Russia because of its dependence on energy imports, a reliance that ha
Why “curtailment” is about to become a dirty word: rooftop solar’s gone hard – now it’s being told to go home …25 February 2022
RegNet’s Research Fellow Lee White was quoted in Cosmos on the surge of rooftop solar uptake of rooftop solar and the effects on the electricity network.
Honorary Professor (Emeritus) John Braithwaite has released a new book on crime and freedom.
The Menzies Centre for Health Governance at the School of Regulation and Global Governance (RegNet) is seeking two dynamic and energetic Research Fellows to join the new ARC
Globalisation was once seen, at least among the Western establishment, as a universal good: the ‘rising tide that would lift all boats’.
Lawyers’ struggles for freedoms in China and the world – A conversation with Professor Terence Halliday15 February 2022
In the podcast Whose Law Is It Anyway by the American Bar Foundation, Honorary Professor Terence Halliday talks about his study of China’s lawyers since 2005, how the work of Chinese lawye
by Derek Futaiasi
A Covid-19 outbreak so soon after community unrest has left state institutions playing a catch-up game.
PhD scholar Felicity Gray looks at the agency of civilians and sexual and gender-based violence survivors in the development of protection responses and initiatives, giving examples from South Suda