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Australia can unlock the potential of refugees to fill skills shortages, advocates say

14 September 2022

RegNet PhD candidate and Settlement Council of Australia chief executive Sandra Elhelw Wright says there are man

Unemployed Indigenous peoples in remote Australia still penalised and impoverished

02 September 2022

In this op-ed by Emeritus Professor Jon Altman, he argues that the federal government must urgently address the extraordinary employment challenges faced by First Nations Australians living in remo

The new resilience paradigm by Anthea Roberts and Jensen Sass

22 August 2022

In their latest article in Project Syndicate, RegNet’s Anthea Roberts and Jensen Sass wrote about a New Resilience Paradigm.

100th episode of Australia in the World

19 August 2022

Australia in the World is a discussion of the most important news and issues in international affairs through a uniquely Australian lens, host

Research Fellow position open at RegNet and InSpace

15 August 2022

RegNet is currently advertising for a Research Fellow position as part of a collaborative project with the ANU Institute for Space (InSpace), which supports Australia’s sp

Systems under strain

15 August 2022

RegNet’s Lee White and ANU Energy Change Institute’s Thomas Longden join Sharon Bessell and Arnagrett

RegNet scholars awarded APIP grant in regulation and governance research

12 August 2022

We are delighted to announce that Professor Miranda Forsyth, Professor Alan Gamlen, Dr Lia Kent, Dr Ibolya Losoncz, Dr Louise Olliff, Dr Ashley Schram and Dr Belinda Townsend have secured funding f

The US has finally passed a huge climate bill. Australia needs to keep up

11 August 2022

by Christian Downie

If politics moves slowly, climate politics often feels like it doesn’t move at all.

HDR Supervisor of the Month: Professor Miranda Forsyth

04 August 2022

RegNet’s Professor Miranda Forsyth has been being awarded the


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