(Seminar series) 2022 Conversations - Regulatory futures: disruptions, resistance and opportunities

Event details

Panel Discussion

Date & time

Tuesday 11 October 2022


Seminar Room 1.04 Coombs Extension Building #8 Fellows Road ANU



The RegNet Conversations series is a keystone event bringing together expertise across the School of Regulation and Global Governance (RegNet). The theme for Conversations 2022 is Regulatory futures: disruptions, resistance and opportunities.

In the past years, events such as, the COVID-19 pandemic, rapid climate change and increasing inequality have revealed the pressing need for changes in policy and regulation.

The 2022 RegNet Conversation Series will bring together regulatory, governance and policy experts to reflect on where and how change has occurred, resistance to these changes, and lessons for future reform.

Three panel sessions will unpack this theme using examples across a range of regulatory domains.

Register below for each seminar in the series:

Panel 1 - Disruptions

Tuesday 11 October | 12:30pm - 2:00pm | In-person seminar
Speakers: Alan Gamlen (Facilitator), Rebecca Byrnes, Sharon Friel, Lakshmin Mudaliar and Lee White.
View Panel 1 details and registration here.

Panel 2 - Resistance

Tuesday 18 October | 12:30pm - 2:00pm | In-person seminar
Speakers: Valerie Braithwaite (Facilitator), Derek Futaiasi, Peter Grabosky and Ibi Losoncz.
Registration will open soon.
View Panel 2 details and registration here.

Panel 3 - Opportunities

Tuesday 25 October | 12:30pm - 2:00pm | In-person seminar
Speakers: Lia Kent (Facilitator), Jarrett Blaustein, Benjamin Herscovitch, Virginia Marshall and Nayahamui Rooney.
View Panel 3 details and registration here.


Conversations 2022 is an in-person event only. The seminar series will be a public event and will be recorded. The recording will be made available after the event through the ANU School of Regulation and Global Governance (RegNet) website.

COVID protocols

  • Please do not attend this event if you feel unwell, are awaiting the results of a test or are required to self-isolate/quarantine. The ANU’s COVID Safety advice can be accessed here.
  • The ANU will continue to require that masks be worn indoors for the foreseeable future, except when eating or drinking.
  • Attendees are encouraged to use hand sanitiser and the Check in CBR app at the entrance to the building.
  • Please maintain good social hygiene by staying 1.5m apart from others and coughing/sneezing into elbows.

Updated:  10 August 2017/Responsible Officer:  Director, RegNet/Page Contact:  Director, RegNet