Introducing Justice into the UN’s Decade of Ecosystem Restoration: A Community of Practice for Research and Action
This project will create a theoretical, empirical and policy agenda for incorporating justice into the UN’s Decade on Ecosystem Restoration “the Decade”, a 10-year plan to promote efforts to “preven
The Law and Justice Development Community of Practice (LJCoP) brings together practitioners engaged in regional and international law and justice initiatives funded by Australia.
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 examines how technologies, such as biometrics, predictive algorithms and risk assessments, are increasingly used in the context of social assistance provision and regulation.
Working with ActewAGL, the research team will evaluate the extent to which poorly insulated homes limit people’s ability to control bills when on demand management rates such as time-of-use.
This project will develop frameworks to understand how economic relationships and policy instruments can be sources of leverage and vulnerability.
Many Australians will live shorter lives than others not because of their genetics or the lifestyle choices they make but rather because of the conditions in which they live and the opportunities they
A three-year industry/academic (linkage) research grant valued overall at $1m including industry and ARC funds and in-kind contributions that aims to examine how restorative justice practices can prev
The project brings together restorative justice experts from RegNet with the Victorian Environment Protection Authority, which has experimented with Restorative Justice for over a decade and now seeks
As a public international lawyer generalist, Anthea has written on a broad range of international law topics ranging from questions about the sources of international law (including the theory of cust