by Miranda Forsyth and Philip Gibbs
By Miranda Forsyth
Some methods of rule of law promotion, such as support for the development of new legislation, frequently lead to disappointing results.
RegNet’s Miranda Forsyth and colleagues Michelle Nayahamui Rooney (ANU Devpolicy Centre), Mary A
A three-year full time PhD Scholarship under the ANU/Victorian Environment Protection Authority Linkage project Preventing and Addressing Environmental Harm through Re
By Associate Professor Miranda Forsyth
The Australian Research Council (ARC) recently awarded the Australian National University (ANU) and Victorian Environmental Protection Authority
Low-income women living in Papua New Guinea (PNG) face many societal and financial hurdles that limit their ability to seek government or societal help in addressing famil
Burning or stabbing people accused of witchcraft conjures up images from hundreds of years ago, yet the practice continues today and is even growing in some remote areas of Papua New Guinea.
Many different types of fear are involved in the expression of this form of violence, and so it is a useful site to investigate the relationship between regulation and fear.
This article first appeared in ‘DevPolicy’ blog on September 29 2017.
RegNet researcher Miranda Forsyth speaks at UN event about witchcraft-related violence in the Asia-Pacific.
Expert criminologists Larry Sherman and Heather Strang from Cambridge University debate the positives and negatives of restorative justice from the perspective of the police, the victims and the of
In this twelve minute speech, Miranda Forsyth gives an excellent introduction to restorative justice.