Justine Nolan and the DTP are training human rights defenders in the Pacific to develop advocacy strategies to deal with companies in the region and achieve better terms and conditions for local workers, better protect community and Indigenous rig
To assist Myanmar in making the transition from military rule to a democracy, Melissa Crouch and her team are working with Myanmar scholars and policy thinkers to consider how constitutional law and reform can achieve lasting peace.
To help Fiji and the Solomon Islands to better control neglected tropical diseases (NTDs) in the population, John is working with governments from both countries to examine current measures, identify gaps and conduct research to fill those gaps, u
UNSW research is investigating and documenting the use of different types of media productions and communication channels by NGOs and UN bodies in post-conflict areas to promote sustainable peace, highlighting positive impacts on communities and e
Jacqui is working with countries in the Pacific and around the world to implement salt reduction strategies to reduce blood pressure levels and food policy interventions to tackle obesity, diabetes and diet-related diseases that result in prematur
John Hall and Padma Narasimham are looking to design an app informal healthcare providers in India can use to improve the documentation of tuberculosis and the policy and medical responses to sufferers, saving and improving lives.
Adam is working with Pacific Island governments to analyse the effectiveness of the region’s outbreak early warning surveillance system with the aim of strengthening it to enable faster and more accurate detection of outbreaks, thereby containing
Richard, Christine and Stephen are working with local government in Sri Lanka and Pacific Island countries to trial interventions that reduce cardiovascular risk and disease, and to better estimate trends in disease and mortality, improving local
By examining the effectiveness of courts and similar bodies in compensating for and preventing sexual violence post-conflict, Professor Louise Chappell, Professor Andrea Durbach and Professor Sarah Williams have determined that unless reparations
Bronwen Morgan researched the rise of independent regulatory bodies in large developing countries, concluding that a more nuanced approach to designing and creating these bodies is required to ensure they govern effectively and are not unduly pers
Christine Forster is training and educating government workers, community leaders, students and the law community in Myanmar and India in women’s rights, helping to advance the status of women beyond dated and discriminatory laws.