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by Benjamin Herscovitch
Being a parent, while working full time and pursuing your PhD is no easy feat.
Miranda Forsyth shared her thoughts with the Development Intelligence Lab on whether Australia is missing in action on conflict prevention.
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
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