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29
Jun
2017
Holding hands
The ACT Law Reform Advisory Council (LRAC) has set out to answer how Canberra could become a restorative city.
29
Jun
2017
The Tarawa-class amphibious assault ship USS Peleliu (LHA 5)
A dedicated South China Sea commission could be based on a negotiated treaty framework that requires each state to give consent writes Professor Donald R. Rothwell
26
Jun
2017
Finnish icebreaker Nordica
After serving as a rapporteur at the annual Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting in Beijing, Scott Joblin is about to join an Arctic icebreaker expedition undertaking the North West Passage to Greenland.
23
Jun
2017
In the second part of her series on the development of a Global Compact for migration, Marianne Dickie writes that while the world looks at ways to increase safety for refugees, Australia remains focused on securing its borders.
22
Jun
2017
Patrick Mayoh and Helen Zhang
Serendipitous timing has been a recurring theme for ANU Law alumnus Patrick Mayoh, who received the 2015 RG Menzies Scholarship, and recently graduated with a Master in Public Policy from Harvard University.
19
Jun
2017
In the first of a series of reports, Marianne Dickie writes about the first informal thematic session on the human rights of migrants, as global leaders work towards developing global compacts to ensure the safety of migrants and refugees.
18
Jun
2017
Puritanical citizenship changes promote less inclusive Australia
Last year I became an Italian citizen through marriage to an Italian Australian. The process legally was very easy: register our marriage with the Italian consulate, pay a relatively small fee, obtain an Australian federal police check and wait.
16
Jun
2017
US Supreme Court
As well as teaching and research, ANU Law’s tireless academics put their knowledge towards shaping law reform and public policy both in Australia and internationally.
16
Jun
2017
Australian Parliament House
The Australian Government this week introduced a new Bill into parliament to amend the Citizenship Act 2007. The move comes just two weeks after submissions to its discussion paper had closed – those submissions have not been made public.
15
Jun
2017
Isabella Wildsmith
Eleven ANU Law students and nine from anthropology and social sciences are among the largest winter intake of Aurora Intern since the project began.

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