The School of Regulation and Global Governance (RegNet) is offering three scholarships for 2022/23:
We are proud to announce that our PhD scholar Raymond Gao has recently been awarded the 2021 CIBE
How can Australia place kindness and care at the centre of its policy-making? What do First Nations’ knowledge systems tell us about protecting the land, waterways, and environment?
Research Fellow Benjamin Herscovitch shared his thoughts in Development Intelligence Lab on whether ‘Fortress Australia’is inherently insecure.
Belinda Townsend has co-authored an article with Brigitte Tenni (The University of Melbourne) and Deborah Gleeson (La Trobe University) about the inequities in access to diagnostics, personal prote
RegNet’s Dr Virginia Marshall has told The Guardian that statutory authorities like the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission – abolished in 2005 – had lacked true independence due to go
by Jenna Imad Harb
Data are often understood as self-evident reflections of the world, even though there is growing evidence of how data-driven practices can have racially discriminatory outcomes.