Apps against sexual violence have been tried before. They don’t work - Kate Henne and PhD Scholar Jenna Harb
There’s been important criticisms of reporting consent through a #consentapp. Our ANURegNet
How patent laws are hindering the fight against COVID-19 - Professor Susan Sell referenced in new article
Professor Susan Sell’s key research is cited in the new article in Salon.
Dr Shelley Bielefeld was interviewed by Peter McCutcheon’s ABC 7.30 Report, regarding her ARC Discovery Project Study on Compulsory Income Manage
Dr Virginia Marshall, Inaugural Indigenous Postdoctoral Fellow with the Australian National University’s School of Regulation and Global Governance (RegNet) and the Fenner School of Environment and
Public health sector urged to address unhealthy power of digital giants- Professor Sharon Friel writes for Croakey
Public health experts including Professor Sharon Friel argue the importance of regulating digital platforms like Facebook and Google, in safeguarding public health.
Honorary Professor Howard Bamsey interviewed on ABC's PM about the implications of Australia joining a UN climate investment initiative
Professor Howard Bamsey talks about the implications of Australia joining the UN Coalition for Cli
More than ‘Indigenous Wisdom’ in the rights-of-nature debate- Dr Virginia Mashall writes for Global Water Forum
Are the rights-of-nature concepts flawed for First Nations of Australia?
Can China Lead the Way to a Low Cost, Low Carbon Future?- Emeritus Professor Peter Drahos interviewed about his forthcoming book urvival Governance: Energy and Climate in the Chinese Century
Emeritus Professor Peter Drahos, joins Lynn Fries, Producer of Global Political Economy or GPEnewsdocs to talk about ‘survival #governance’ &
Professor Kate Henne, RegNet’s School Director and founder of the