Public policy

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23
Apr

Developing nations ride a motorcycle boom

Asia’s rapidly developing economies should prepare for a full-throttle increase in motorcycle numbers as average incomes increase, a new study from The Australian National University has found.

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23
Apr

Deregulation of student contributions

Vice-Chancellor Professor Ian Young and Chancellor Professor Gareth Evans have joined the debate about future university funding, calling for deregulation of student contributions so Australian universities can better compete with the best in the world.

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15
Apr

The very big picture on climate change

Two ANU experts have made a significant contribution to the IPCC’s latest climate change report.

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08
Apr

It’s a deal

Japan has taken the first step towards addressing its own food security issues by striking a new trade deal with Australia, an ANU expert says.

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12
Mar

Children feel unsafe around alcohol use

Excessive use of alcohol, aggressive drivers and the threat of violence make children feel unsafe in their communities, a landmark study from the Australian National University and University of Western Sydney has found.

Daw Aung San Suu Kyi receives her honorary doctorate from Chancellor Evans.
12
Mar
Huy Nguyen.
12
Mar

All-inclusive

Polio survivor Huy Nguyen is bridging the divide for people with disability.

Dr Susan Harris-Rimmer. Photo by Penny Bradfield.
27
Feb

Dr Diplomacy to help resuscitate the gender agenda

An ANU academic is heading to New York to be part of an Australian government delegation focused on gender equality.

Indonesian Finance Minister Muhamad Chatib Basri. Image courtesy InnovationNorway on flickr.
21
Feb

Indonesia keen on streamlined trade with Australia

Indonesia’s Finance Minister, Muhamad Chatib Basri, has given two public lectures at ANU ahead of the Sydney meeting of G20 finance ministers and central bankers.

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14
Feb

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.

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