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 The Nauru government has rejected the ‘unfounded criticism’ of the island’s aff
Australia and New Zealand urged to take action over Nauru rights

Australia and New Zealand urged to take action over Nauru rights

Professor Kim Rubenstein is one of 80 prominent constitutional and human rights law academics who have written to the Australian and New Zealand governments to express concerns over the breakdown of constitutional law and human rights in Nauru.

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 An internship with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees was a high
Emotional internship the highlight for graduate

Emotional internship the highlight for graduate

ANU Law and Business graduate, Muhammad Taufiq Suraidi, reflects on his time at ANU, including three months working with the UN to assist over 30,000 refugees.

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Professor Tim Bonyhady, painted by Andrew Sayers
Portrait of environmental expert selected as finalist in Archibald Prize

Portrait of environmental expert selected as finalist in Archibald Prize

A portrait of ANU environmental law expert, Professor Tim Bonyhady, has been chosen as a finalist in this year’s prestigious Archibald Prize.

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 Southeast forests, NSW. Image: Pete the Poet on flickr.com
Wood products or beef patties – which product is better for the climate?

Wood products or beef patties – which product is better for the climate?

New research by ANU environmental law experts, Andrew Macintosh and David Lindenmayer, is casting new light on how we might measure and account for carbon emissions.

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Dr Ryan Goss from ANU Law
 What controls how government works, should work and sometimes doesn’t work?

What controls how government works, should work and sometimes doesn’t work?

Dr Ryan Goss speaks to "Faces of ANU" about his teaching and research on the interrelationships between law, politics and government.... and why all of this should matter to you as a student -- and as a citizen.

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