The emergence of environmental migration and displacement management ‘best practices’ in the Pacific
How are Pacific governments responding to the growing challenge of environmental migration and displacement?
The Planetary Health Equity Hothouse’s inaugural annual Policy Symposium focuses on the conditions that can enable the transformation of the system towards the promotion of the equitable enjoyment of good health for all within the context of a stable, sustainable ecosystem, and shift governance practices toward a more effective modern paradigm.
Sticky or stuck: the role of policy networks in creating path dependency in Australia’s health care financing system
How do policy actors go about influencing financing policy in Australia’s Health Care system, and what does this mean for the healthcare system?
From the global geopolitical arena to the smart city, control over knowledge — particularly over data and intellectual property — has become a key battleground for the exercise of economic and political power.
This series is spearheaded by the ANU Migration Hub hosted at RegNet, in collaboration with the School of Archaeology and Anthropology.
This is a presentation of Charlotte’s work-in-progress article which analyses how EU policymakers relate ‘health’ and ‘economic growth’ in pandemic recovery strategies.
Roundtable discussion: Rewriting jurisprudence: centring refugee and migrant knowledges and lived experience
This series is spearheaded by the ANU Migration Hub hosted at RegNet, in collaboration with the School of Archaeology and Anthropology