As regional trade agreements in the Asia and Pacific have expanded into domestic regulatory space, their potential impacts on health have intensified.
This ARC Discovery Project (2019-2022) aims to generate new knowledge on how to effect the development and implementation of multisectoral public policy to reduce the supply and consumption of ultra-p
The Australian Government, like many governments worldwide, initiated a significant public policy response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
This collaborative ARC Discovery Project led by Cressida Fforde aims to re-conceptualise heritage from a standpoint of reconciliation.
COVID-19 changed the way Australians engage with digital technologies and demonstrated an acceleration in the uptake of digital technologies by Australian businesses and consumers.
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.
Professor Jon Altman is the Oceania regional leader on the in the major international comparative project Centre pour la conservation et le développement autochtones alternatifs (CCDAA) or Centre for
The INFORMAS trade and investment module is primarily concerned with understanding the risks and benefits to healthy food environments and diets from trade agreements, through the establishment of a m
Team Australia for the 2018 Intercollegiate Negotiation (INC) in Tokyo has been selected!