Explore how and why Indigenous concepts of health and wellbeing – culture, rights, history and traditional beliefs – are silenced in Australian health policy from the perspectives of policy makers and Indigenous health experts.
This seminar reports on the results of an in-depth study of lawyer regulation in three Pacific Island countries: Fiji, Kiribati and Vanuatu.
The MemoryHub@ANU is a collaboration between the College of Arts and Social Sciences and the College of Asia and the Pacific that brings together researchers working in the dynamic field of memory studies to share their research in an interdisciplinary and international conversation.
The influence of ‘securitization’ on biosecurity lawmaking and disease response in Australia (2003–2016)
In his final PhD presentation, Tim Vines will present his findings of the extent to which ‘securitization’ featured as a ‘mechanism’ in the design of Australia’s regulatory regime for responding to ‘biosecurity’ risks associated with disease and biological agents.
Digital regulation contested: the regulatory approaches of the US, the EU, and China to govern cross-border personal data transfers
This presentation discusses three different regulatory approaches to cross-border personal data transfers, focused on divergent conceptualizations of personal data and important lawmaking strategies to shape the rulemaking at a superpower’s preferred terms.
Governance on the ground: case study of sustainable palm oil value chains in Central Kalimantan, Indonesia
This presentation reflects on the architecture, implementation and actors’ compliance with regulatory and voluntary instruments on Indonesia’s sustainable palm oil value chains.
Globalization is underpinned by international organizations (IOs) that develop policy scripts to diffuse around the world. An integrative model for understanding how boardroom dynamics within IOs impact the content of global scripts, focusing specifically on the Executive Board of the International Monetary Fund, a body that decides on economic policy issues impacting the lives of billions, is presented.