Past events

01
Dec
2022

TPR 2022: The governance of regional power trading in Southeast Asia

Hannah Lord

As a region, Southeast Asia is on track to become the fourth largest economy in the world, and a major source of global greenhouse gas emissions. Addressing the goals of the Paris Agreement will...

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01
Dec
2022

TPR 2022: Policy change and methane emissions from oil and gas

Nikolai Drahos

Of all the pressing climate policy challenges, methane is perhaps the most urgent. Methane is a powerful greenhouse gas – every tonne lifts global temperatures by over 80 times more than carbon...

Image of natural gas flares from a flare-head at the Orvis State well on the Evanson family farm in McKenzie County, North Dakota, USA, by Tim Evanson (CC BY-SA 2.0) from Wikipedia Commons
29
Nov
2022

Rebuilding trust in electoral institutions

Therese Pearce Laanela

With a backdrop of relentless political pressure and external threats, electoral management bodies (EMBs) are adopting new strategies and tactics for building trust in response to new risks and...

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24
Nov
2022

Double agents and the making of globalization: how global boardrooms shape the world polity

Leonard Seabrooke (Copenhagen Business School); Alexander E. Kentikelenis (Bocconi Uni)

**This event is hosted jointly by the [Coral Bell School of Asia Pacific Affairs](https://bellschool.anu.edu.au/) and RegNet.** Globalization is underpinned by international organizations—...

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22
Nov
2022

Governance on the ground: case study of sustainable palm oil value chains in Central Kalimantan, Indonesia

Depi Susilawati

Global demand for palm oil has been increasing over the past decades. Indonesia is the largest producer and exporter of palm oil worldwide. In 2021, the production of Crude Palm Oil (CPO) reached 46....

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17
Nov
2022

Digital regulation contested: the regulatory approaches of the US, the EU, and China to govern cross-border personal data transfers

Raymond Yang Gao

As data is acclaimed as the new oil in the digital era, the regulatory battles among great powers over international personal data transfers increasingly intensify. Focused on the cases of the US,...

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15
Nov
2022

The influence of ‘securitization’ on biosecurity lawmaking and disease response in Australia (2003–2016)

Tim Vines

Three years into a global pandemic, it is all too clear how infectious diseases can threaten human health and individual and community wellbeing. While some have us have experienced COVID-19 as an...

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15
Nov
2022

New Directions in Memory Studies: MemoryHub@ANU Inaugural Symposium

Rosanne Kennedy (CASS); Shameem Black (CHL, CAP); Lia Kent (RegNet, CAP)

**This inaugural symposium of the MemoryHub@ANU brings together researchers working in the dynamic field of memory studies to share their research in an interdisciplinary and international...

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08
Nov
2022

Regulatory system design in pluralist contexts: lawyer regulation in Fiji, Kiribati and Vanuatu

David Naylor

This seminar reports on the results of an in-depth study of lawyer regulation in three Pacific Island countries (PICs) Fiji, Kiribati and Vanuatu. The main argument presented is that regulatory...

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03
Nov
2022

Publishing interdisciplinary legal scholarship

Fiona de Londras, Rebecca Monson, Kate Henne and Tim Bonyhady

In this joint [**ANU College of Law**](https://law.anu.edu.au/) and RegNet event, Fiona de Londras, Rebecca Monson, Kate Henne and Tim Bonyhady will be in conversation reflecting on their diverse...

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01
Nov
2022

A missed opportunity: silencing of the Indigenous ‘Voice’ in Australian health policy

Tony Kiessler

Successive Australian governments have sought to overcome Indigenous disadvantage, but it remains an intractable policy issue. Policy makers are grappling with the interrelated and increasingly...

27
Oct
2022

The southernizing of law and justice: reflections on a journey

Kerry Carrington

The global organisation of knowledge privileges research about law and justice with a selective focus on the Anglophone centres of the Global North. These knowledges are universalised as timeless and...

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25
Oct
2022

2022 Conversations - Regulatory futures (Panel 3: Opportunities)

Various

### This is the third and final panel in the [2022 Conversations - Regulatory futures: disruptions, resistance and opportunities seminar series.](https://regnet.anu.edu.au/news-events/events/8646/...

20
Oct
2022

Compliance bargaining: the case of international investment arbitration

Malcolm Langford

This event is co-sponsored by the [Centre for International Governance and Justice](https://regnet.anu.edu.au/research/centres/centre-international-governance-and-justice-cigj) (RegNet, CAP) and the...

18
Oct
2022

2022 Conversations - Regulatory futures (Panel 2: Resistance)

Various

### This is the second panel in the [2022 Conversations - Regulatory futures: disruptions, resistance and opportunities seminar series](https://regnet.anu.edu.au/news-events/events/8646/seminar-...

11
Oct
2022

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

Various

**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...

11
Oct
2022

2022 Conversations - Regulatory futures (Panel 1: Disruptions)

Various

### This is the first panel in the [2022 Conversations - Regulatory futures: disruptions, resistance and opportunities seminar series](https://regnet.anu.edu.au/news-events/events/8646/seminar-series...

27
Sep
2022

Governing through harm reduction: human infrastructure as a governmental resource

Monique Marks

This presentation focuses on the learnings of harm reduction as a form of governing drug use disorders. The presentation provokes seminar participants to extend this approach to other areas of...

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20
Sep
2022

Bookclub: Unraveling the crime-development nexus

Jarrett Blaustein and Tom Chodor

_[**Unraveling the Crime-Development Nexus**](https://rowman.com/ISBN/9781786611000/Unraveling-the-Crime-Development-Nexus)_ interrogates the claim that crime represents a significant threat to...

Unraveling the Crime-Development Nexus book cover
15
Sep
2022

Collective voice in the absence of collective bargaining: Women workers and labour regulation in Sri Lanka’s apparel industry

Achalie Kumarage

Collective bargaining is a powerful tool at the hands of workers to negotiate just and safe working conditions. However, the declining trade union presence and the absence of autonomous forms of...

Image of women garment workers in Sri Lanka; supplied by the presenter.

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