Trade leak highlights tensions among Pacific nations
The latest leak over the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) highlights ongoing tensions between the 12 nations trying to negotiate the trade pact, says Australian National University trade law expert Dr Matthew Rimmer.
Feminism in the online age
While many of her peers hesitate to label themselves a feminist, Arts and Law graduate KATRINA MARSON, BA’12, LLB (Hons) ’12, GDLP ’13 is proud to live the ideology of feminism.
ANU wins funding for Future Fellowships
The ANU has won funding for 16 major research projects under the Australian Research Council’s Future Fellowships program.
ANU graduations come to a close
More than 2,100 students graduated at The Australian National University during mid-year graduations.
Learning what it means to be a lawyer while helping those in need
Learning how to apply theory to real life situations is one of the important skills that students in the Youth Law Clinical Program, run by the ANU College of Law, are learning while working at the ACT Youth Law Centre (YLC).
China looks to ANU for bushfire help
Officials from China’s State Forestry Administration have visited ANU to gain expert insights into the prevention and science of bushfires.
Disability, employment and anti-discrimination laws
ANU researcher Dale Reardon is looking at how the anti-discrimination laws can be improved, to protect people with disability from discrimination in the workplace.
Restorative justice helps victims, cuts crime
A major new international study has backed pioneering work by the University into restorative justice, finding criminals are less likely to re-offend after meeting their victims face to face.