Victoria’s First Nations treaty authority could be replicated across Australia, experts say09 June 2022
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
An intersectional approach to digital humanitarianism: three lessons from Lebanon09 June 2022
by Jenna Imad Harb
Where privacy meets power: questions of data & racial inequality06 June 2022
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.
Felicity Gray, winner of the Edward C. Luck Prize26 May 2022
Our heartiest congratulations to RegNet PhD scholar Felicity Gray, who has been awarded the inaugural Edward C.
It’s time to fix social and health inequities23 May 2022
by Sharon Friel
Don’t believe the alarmist soundbites on the China-Solomons security deal23 May 2022
by Benjamin Herscovitch
Covid-19 and cost of living pressures – Sharon Friel on ABC The Virus20 May 2022
The World Health Organisation says the true global death toll for COVID-19 is 15 million people.
Running on empty? Christian Downie on ABC RN Counterpoint17 May 2022
Does Australia have a fuel security problem?
Review of Six Faces of Globalization by Jason Furman15 May 2022
American economist and professor at Harvard University, Jason Furman reviews Six Faces of Globalization: Who Wins, Who Loses, and Why It Matters by Anthea Roberts and Nicolas Lamp.
PhD scholar Felicity Gray is working for peace in Ukraine05 May 2022
PhD scholar Felicity Gray is on the ground in Ukraine working for humanitarian organisation Nonviolent Peaceforce.