This collaborative ARC Discovery Project led by Cressida Fforde aims to re-conceptualise heritage from a standpoint of reconciliation.
Improving the impact of state and non-state interventions in overcoming sorcery accusation related violence in PNG
Sorcery accusation related violence is seen as a growing problem in PNG and has attracted domestic and international calls for an effective government response.
The International Commission of the Red Cross (ICRC) currently registers 100,000 people as missing due to conflict; it acknowledges that number is only a fraction of the real total (ICRC 2018).
This project will develop frameworks to understand how economic relationships and policy instruments can be sources of leverage and vulnerability.
This project brings together two sets of work about reforming the investment treaty system.
Six Faces of Globalization: Who Wins, Who Loses, and Why It Matters is the most recent book by Anthea Roberts and Nicolas Lamp.
What are the kinds of interventions that create wars and make things worse for people? How can peacebuilding contribute to justice and development?
In an UNcertain and Complex world, we need to develop Adaptive Governance approaches and Emergent Design techniques.
The ACT Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (ACT ESCR) research project assessed whether the ACT Human Rights Act 2004 should be amended to include economic, social and cultural rights.
The aim of the ACT Human Rights Act research project was to document the impact of Australia's first Bill of Rights – the ACT Human Rights Act 2004 – over its first five years of operation.