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Approved Self categorization and personal identity: Integrating group and personality processes

Project Title

2006 : $140,000

2007 : $125,000

2008 : $135,000

2009 : $135,000

2010 : $135,000

Primary RFCD 3801 PSYCHOLOGY

ARF Dr K Reynolds

Administering Institution The Australian National University

Project Summary

This project will maintain and advance Australia's contribution to social psychology and strengthen international collaboration.

It also will support a high profile researcher and contribute to the quality research training of students. The project questions

the widespread belief that personal identity and the personal self (how we define ourselves as being unique from others   the

'I' or 'me') are relatively stable. It explores the possibility that personal identity can be both stable and variable depending on a

range of factors. The project informs how we understand personality processes and the role that our group memberships

(work, family, institutions) play in shaping our personal selves and associated attitudes, beliefs and values.

DP0665477 Prof M Richardson

Approved An economic analysis of local content requirements in radio broadcasting: a model and an

Project Title empirical investigation of the Australian experience

2006 : $28,942

Primary RFCD 3402 APPLIED ECONOMICS

Administering Institution The Australian National University

Project Summary

How much local music should radio stations be required to play? Twenty per cent? Thirty per cent? As much or as little as

they wish? Who benefits from such schemes? Local musicians? International record companies? Who is hurt? Radio

stations? The listening public? By better understanding the effects of local content quotas on radio broadcasters (and the

ways in which they lead to those effects) and by being aware of the actual consequences of the Australian scheme (and,

potentially, those of other countries) we can better answer these sorts of questions. Gaining such understanding is the goal

of this research.

DP0665592 Dr MC Ridgway; Prof AP Byrne; Prof Dr W Wesch

Approved Amorphous Phase Formation and Structure in Semiconductor Substrates following Swift Heavy Ion

Project Title Irradiation

2006 : $160,000

2007 : $120,000

2008 : $120,000

Primary RFCD 2914 MATERIALS ENGINEERING

Administering Institution The Australian National University

Project Summary

This proposal is consistent with Research Priority 3: Frontier Technologies for Building and Transforming Australian

Industries and the Priority Goals: Breakthrough Science, Frontier Technologies and Advanced Materials. We seek to

deduce and understand the processes operative during swift heavy ion irradiation of elemental and binary semiconductor

substrates and identify and measure the resulting amorphous phase structure. Our results and accompanying scientific

insight will broaden the applicability of these materials in advanced technologies, enhance the national research profile,

increase the domestic knowledge base and yield skilled, young scientists trained to utilize the Australian Synchrotron when

commissioned in 2007.

DP0665034 Dr L Robin; Dr DB Rose

Approved Producing Biodiversity: A History of Science in Australia's Desert Lands

Project Title

2006 : $42,000

2007 : $43,000

2008 : $40,000

2009 : $40,000

Primary RFCD 3706 HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE AND MEDICINE

Administering Institution The Australian National University

Project Summary

Biodiversity conservation is regarded by most people as desirable, but its historical and cultural aspects are poorly

understood. It is not just about scientific understanding of animals and plants, but also a matter of practice and negotiation.

People and places are changed through conservation and these changes in turn shape the ways nature is imagined and

managed. Producing Biodiversity documents historical and contemporary initiatives in biodiversity management on six very

different pastoral properties on the margins of the Australian desert. We provide a long term perspective on national and

local conservation imperatives in different eras, and explore how they affect pastoral, Aboriginal and scientific communities.

DP0665866 Dr TM Rowse; Dr LR Smith

Approved The politics of Indigenous enumeration in Australia, Canada and New Zealand   a history

Project Title

2006 : $49,000

2007 : $66,095

2008 : $62,205

Primary RFCD 4301 HISTORICAL STUDIES

Administering Institution The Australian National University

Project Summary

The recent 'History Wars' demonstrated that how we tell our national story is more than an 'academic' issue. Settler colonial

nations, whether they enjoy it or not, are bound to ponder and to debate the histories of the relationships between colonisers

and colonised. By being comparative, the project will enable Australians to consider what is common and what is unique in

the Australian story. By highlighting social science and social policy, the project will give interested Australians a context for

their recent discussions about what policy (if any) should succeed 'self determination'.

DP0665308 Dr GE Russell

Approved A History of the Theatre in Late Georgian Britain: Spaces, Sociability and Cultural Networks

Project Title

2006 : $82,120

2007 : $80,900

2008 : $77,200

Primary RFCD 4202 LITERATURE STUDIES

Administering Institution The Australian National University

Project Summary

The Romantic period in Britain was formative in the history of Australia and the reconfiguring of Romantic period culture

which this project entails will be of relevance to the understanding of our history. The ideologies and practices of

Enlightenment sociability underpinned the early years of the colony, as much as they influenced metropolitan culture. In

2005, when many of the achievements of Enlightenment modernity have been questioned or are perceived to be under

threat, it is also worth re examining the egalitarianism underlying the ideals if sometimes not the practice of Georgian

sociability. This research will also enhance Australia's overseas reputation in the field of eighteenth century and Romantic

studies.

DP0665111 Dr M Sambridge; Dr RK Snieder

Approved Precise location of earthquakes: combining arrival times with Coda Wave Interferometry

Project Title

2006 : $113,000

2007 : $112,000

2008 : $112,000

Primary RFCD 2602 GEOPHYSICS

Administering Institution The Australian National University

Project Summary

The location of earthquakes is important for improving our knowledge

of the contemporary plate tectonic regime, mapping of active crustal faults and quantifying risk posed to population centres

and infrastructure. Precise relative location of micro earthquakes also has important industrial applications, including

mapping the extent of underground geothermal reservoirs, and in exploration for ore producing hydrothermal systems. This

project will advance the field of earthquake location by introducing new techniques that will increase the amount of seismic

information that can be used for both research and national monitoring purposes.

DP0664133 Prof M Sawer

Approved Democratic Choices: Ideas and Outcomes

Project Title

2006 : $50,000

2007 : $50,000

2008 : $50,000

Primary RFCD 3601 POLITICAL SCIENCE

Administering Institution The Australian National University

Project Summary

Democratic Choices will provide important evidence for policy actors and policy makers on Australian democratic beliefs and

on current performance of institutions relative to those beliefs. It will stimulate debate and inform strategies for democratic

renewal, particularly in relation to youth disengagement and the crisis of confidence in representative institutions. It will

sustain Australia's capacity for democracy assessment and contribute to international best practice in this field. In improving

capacity for critical self assessment it will enhance the credibility of our democracy assistance programs and promote

regional and international understanding of our democratic institutions.

DP0666262 Dr MJ Sellars; Dr JJ Longdell

Approved Solid state optical quantum information technology

Project Title

2006 : $220,000

2007 : $160,000

2008 : $160,000

Primary RFCD 2404 OPTICAL PHYSICS

Administering Institution The Australian National University

Project Summary

There is a significant effort in Australia and around the world to develop quantum information technologies. This project, by

demonstrating a suite of critical building blocks for quantum information processing, will support Australia's strong position in

this emerging technology.

A major motivation for the effort directed at quantum information technologies is the impact they will have on the security of

data transmission, both in breaking existing encryptions and implementing new encryption systems. The successful

completion of this project will provide the essential components for a secure long distance quantum communication network.

DP0662953 Dr EM Sevick; Prof DJ Evans

Approved Experimental Demonstrations of New Theorems of Nonequilibrium Thermodynamics

Project Title

2006 : $160,000

2007 : $100,000

2008 : $105,000

Primary RFCD 2405 CLASSICAL PHYSICS

Administering Institution The Australian National University

Project Summary

In the last decade, two theorems have been proposed to revolutionise the field of thermodynamics. These theorems lift the

restriction of the thermodynamic limit, allowing thermodynamic concepts to be applied to small systems such as

nanomachines, and characterise systems that may be far from equilibrium. These theorems are at odds with a traditional

understanding of 19th century thermodynamics where equilibrium is central and the Second Law inviolate. However they are

critical to the application of thermodynamic concepts to modern systems of the 21st century. Using Optical Tweezers, we will

experimentally demonstrate these theorems, present irrefutable evidence of their validity, and demonstrate their application in

modern systems.

DP0666442 Dr AP Sheppard; Dr V Robins; Dr K Mecke

Approved 3D Image segmentation and shape characterisation driven by topological persistence

Project Title

2006 : $127,000

2007 : $100,000

2008 : $83,000

Primary RFCD 2802 ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND SIGNAL AND IMAGE PROCESSING

Administering Institution The Australian National University

Project Summary

Tomographic imaging is emerging as a new tool to help tackle a remarkable array of scientific challenges. What distinguishes

healthy bone from that of osteoporosis sufferers? How does groundwater contamination spread? Why is a macadamia nut

so hard to crack? What causes the iridescence in a butterfly wing? These are just a few of the questions being answered at

tomographic facilities in Australia alone. By combining sophisticated mathematics with cutting edge image processing

algorithms, this project will yield a new class of topology driven image analysis techniques that will improve the accuracy and

reliability of predictions made from tomographic images.

DP0665161 Dr MS Sherburn; Prof MN Paddon Row

Approved Experimental Computational Investigations into Diels Alder Sequences

Project Title

2006 : $105,000

2007 : $90,000

2008 : $90,000

Primary RFCD 2503 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY

Administering Institution The Australian National University

Project Summary

Organic molecules are an integral part of our world   in us, around us and, importantly, in our medicines. Chemists design

experiments to make specific molecules by mixing the appropriate chemicals. Often, however, the outcome can't be

predicted. We are developing ways to accurately predict these outcomes using computer modelling of chemical reactions.

This will allow us to better understand reactions and make molecules more efficiently. Such research is the basis for the

development of new pharmaceuticals. Few people in Australia are working in this area and we expect to train four to six

people during the course of this project.

DP0665664 Dr BR Smith

Approved The subject of the state? Changing relations between government and Indigenous North

Project Title Queenslanders

2006 : $20,000

Primary RFCD 3703 ANTHROPOLOGY

Administering Institution The Australian National University

Project Summary

This project will provide a detailed analysis of the relationship between the state and Indigenous Australians in three north

Queensland townships. This research is directly relevant to Indigenous social policy at a time when innovative solutions to

chronic Indigenous disadvantage are being sought. The project will provide empirical data on the effectiveness of projects

promoting practical reconciliation and mutual responsibility through increased intervention in Indigenous lives. As well as

providing input to policy debates at the State and Federal level, the project aims to inform Indigenous community

organizations and local Indigenous groups about current changes resulting from a new Indigenous policy environment.

DP0664145 Dr D Stoljar; Prof FC Jackson

Approved Conscious Experience and the Hegemony of Representation

Project Title

2006 : $80,000

2007 : $80,000

2008 : $90,000

Primary RFCD 4401 PHILOSOPHY

Administering Institution The Australian National University

Project Summary

Many things make humans special but three stand out: the possession of a moral sense, rationality, and consciousness. This

project aims to explain consciousness in a way fully comppatible with the aspirations of cognitive science to see humans as a

natural part of the physical world.

DP0664995 Dr C Strange; A/Prof AC Bashford; A/Prof T Loo

Approved Thomas Griffith Taylor (1880 1963): Visions of 'Man and Nature' in the Twentieth Century

Project Title

2006 : $40,000

2007 : $52,000

2008 : $70,000

Primary RFCD 4301 HISTORICAL STUDIES

Administering Institution The Australian National University

Project Summary

This project will enhance Australians' appreciation of environmental problems as complex historical issues. Since scientists

have recently rediscovered Thomas Griffith Taylor, an Australian geographer who studied climate, sustainability and

settlement in the early to mid 20th century, it is timely that he also be reassessed by humanities scholars. By fully

historicising environmental ideas of the recent past, this project will clarify and focus public debate on climate and the

environment in the present and future.

DP0663045 Prof R Stranger; A/Prof BF Yates; Prof K Morokuma; Prof M Head Gordon; Prof CC Cummins

Approved Metal Complexes for Activation and Scission of Small, Multiply Bonded Molecules

Project Title

2006 : $180,000

2007 : $130,000

2008 : $150,000

Primary RFCD 2506 THEORETICAL AND COMPUTATIONAL CHEMISTRY

Administering Institution The Australian National University

Project Summary

The immediate outcome of this work is a series of new metal complexes capable of selectively cleaving the strong bonds

present in a number of small molecules of industrial and synthetic importance. These outcomes will have a significant impact

on the development of both novel transition metal systems for synthetic chemistry and new industrial procedures for the

activation and cleavage of multiply bonded molecules such as molecular nitrogen and carbon dioxide. They will lead to new

consumer products, better methods of production, and potential downstream applications such as nitric oxide/nitrogen

dioxide converters and carbon dioxide emission controls.

DP0663875 Dr JM Sumner

Approved Testing Theories of Historical Divergence using South Eastern Australian Reptiles

Project Title

2006 : $116,000

2007 : $101,000

2008 : $101,000

Primary RFCD 2705 ZOOLOGY

APD Dr JM Sumner

Administering Institution The Australian National University

Project Summary

The processes that serve to create species diversity must also be preserved in order to allow evolution to continue. My study

will clarify the number and distribution of water skink species in south eastern Australia, a biologically diverse, yet under

studied area of Australia. I will also be looking at processes, such as dispersal, that determine patterns of species distribution

over time. These lizards are also found on mountain tops and may be affected by global warming. Understanding how

climate change has affected these lizards in the past may help us to predict how climate changes will affect them in the future

and better enable us to conserve these and other species in the future.

DP0664434 Dr RS Sutherland; Prof MA Dopita; Dr GV Bicknell; Dr WJ van Breugel; Dr RJ Ivison; Dr LJ Kewley; Dr J

Bland Hawthorn

Approved Feedback Processes in Galaxy Formation

Project Title

2006 : $180,000

2007 : $130,000

2008 : $130,000

Primary RFCD 2401 ASTRONOMICAL SCIENCES

Administering Institution The Australian National University

Project Summary

We have an opportunity to combine the best Australian theory with the best local and international telescopes, to probe the

murky story of how galaxies form and why they look they way they do today. By looking back to a time when the Universe

was only 1 billion years old, and comparing what we see with cutting edge supercomputer simulations plus pure theory, we

will gain insight into the birth of entire galaxies. The results will form part of the study of how the universe works   that is

driving astrophysics today, and represents pure research for the sake of advancing knowledge and showing us where we fit

into the Universe. In doing so we will also advance Australia's base of theoretical and computational expertise.

DP0665247 Dr HH Tan

Approved Photonic Crystal Enhanced Wavelength Selective, Multi Colour Quantum Dot Infrared

Project Title Photodetectors

2006 : $148,000

2007 : $120,000

2008 : $120,000

Primary RFCD 2999 OTHER ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY

Administering Institution The Australian National University

Project Summary

Photonic crystal enhanced quantum dot infrared photodetectors are a new generation of detectors developed from integrating

nanotechnology with material science and optics. This would not only enhance the detector performance but the structure will

now detect a narrow band around the desired wavelength with multi colour detectivity. The technology developed in this

project is anticipated to attract interest from the industries and government agencies. It will be pervasive for use at home, in

the manufacturing and mining industry, environmental and pollution monitoring, defence and national security. Applications

include spectral imaging, remote sensing, environmental/pollution monitoring, toxic gas and bio hazardous material detection.

DP0665611 Dr PK Taylor

Approved Ethnic, Religious and Social Bases of Community in the Mekong Delta of Vietnam

Project Title

2006 : $127,000

2007 : $124,500

2008 : $125,500

2009 : $126,000

2010 : $122,000

Primary RFCD 3703 ANTHROPOLOGY

QEII Dr PK Taylor

Administering Institution The Australian National University

Project Summary

This project will promote understanding of a fast developing region of Vietnam in which large amounts of Australian

development aid resources have been spent and with which Australian companies have growing trade and investment

activities. The Mekong delta is a multicultural and religiously diverse area, very different from other parts of the country. Yet

we know very little about why the delta is so economically productive and why there has been little conflict between its many

ethnic and religious groups. This project will advance Australia's reputation as a world leader in social scientific research on

Vietnam.

DP0662894 Dr L Tomba

Approved Communities and New Patterns of Stratification in a Chinese City

Project Title

2006 : $50,000

2007 : $55,000

2008 : $40,000

Primary RFCD 3701 SOCIOLOGY

Administering Institution The Australian National University

Project Summary

China plays a major geopolitical role in the Asia Pacific region. It is essential to understand the political and social challenges

faced by China. Whether or not Chinese urban areas are going to experience a period of further growth and stability depends

largely on the ability of the Chinese government to manage social change. This research will be the first systematic

investigation into contemporary community building in China. By looking at the fundamental re organisation of urban society,

it will significantly improve the understanding of the complex social implications of China's rapid modernization and regional

integration, and provide unprecedented insights on the perspectives for political reform.

DP0664517 Prof NS Trudinger; Dr X Wang

Approved Nonlinear elliptic equations and applications

Project Title

2006 : $118,000

2007 : $106,000

2008 : $106,000

Primary RFCD 2301 MATHEMATICS

Administering Institution The Australian National University

Project Summary

Many fundamental advances in modern technology, science and economics are driven through the analysis of nonlinear

models based on nonlinear partial differential equations. In recent years there has been an explosion in applications of partial

differential equations of elliptic type with major discoveries in underlying theory being made by the two Chief Investigators.

This project provides for the continuation of Australian leadership in key strategic areas of international science, such as

optimal transportation, as well as the continued building of related expertise and training.

DP0663155 Dr M Vos; Dr AS Kheifets; Dr F Aryasetiawan

Approved Many Electron Dynamics and Electronic Structure of Materials Studied by Electron Momentum

Project Title Spectroscopy

2006 : $135,000

2007 : $100,000

2008 : $100,000

Primary RFCD 2402 THEORETICAL AND CONDENSED MATTER PHYSICS

Administering Institution The Australian National University

Project Summary

Electron momentum spectroscopy is a technique that resembles playing pool with electrons. This technique, largely

developed in Australia, determines the binding energy and velocity distribution of electrons in matter. This distribution, closely

related to the quantum mechanical wave function of the electrons, can be compared directly with calculations of the

electronic structure. Such a comparison helps establish which theory approaches nature most closely, and thus improves our

understanding of the electronic structure. This understanding helps to predict the properties of materials, and hence this

knowledge will facilitate the design of materials with desirable properties.

DP0664357 Dr KJ Weber; Dr P Deenapanray

Approved Investigation of P Type Emitters for Future Generation Photovoltaics

Project Title

2006 : $115,000

2007 : $75,000

2008 : $75,000

Primary RFCD 2909 ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING

Administering Institution The Australian National University

Project Summary

The overseas market for photovoltaic panels is large and rapidly expanding   it is expected to grow six fold over the next

decade, to nearly US$10 billion per annum. Australia is well placed to capture a significant share of this market, creating

employment and export earnings. The project is expected to make a significant contribution to the development of a vibrant

and highly competitive photovoltaics industry in Australia, since the results of the research are expected to lead to improved

manufacturing processes. In addition, photovoltaics will be a key technology to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and thus

mitigate the magnitude and severity of the effects of global warming.

DP0664428 Dr DR Williams; Prof T Odijk

Approved Macromolecular Condensates: From Globules to Toroids and Beyond

Project Title

2006 : $90,000

2007 : $90,000

2008 : $90,000

Primary RFCD 2402 THEORETICAL AND CONDENSED MATTER PHYSICS

Administering Institution The Australian National University

Project Summary

Polymers are long chain molecules which are vital for all living things. Examples include proteins and DNA which carries all

of the information needed for life. In the cell and in the laboratory these polymers are often found in a compact folded state.

Current polymer science is good at describing very flexible polymers, but fails to describe most biological polymers which

have backbones that are difficult to bend. Our aim is to describe the folded or globular state for many kinds of biological

polymers and thus improve our understanding of the role of polymers in living things.

DP0663445 Prof JS Williams; Dr JC McCallum; Dr YJ Wong Leung; Dr PJ Simpson; Dr HL Gossmann

Approved Fundamental Implantation, Epitaxy and Defect studies in Silicon to support ultra shallow junction

Project Title formation

2006 : $150,000

2007 : $145,000

2008 : $139,000

Primary RFCD 2402 THEORETICAL AND CONDENSED MATTER PHYSICS

Administering Institution The Australian National University

Project Summary

If successful this project will provide key data and understanding that are fundamentally important for semiconductor science

and technologically essential for the global semiconductor industry. Hence successful outcomes will benefit the Nation by

raising the international profile of Australian science in these areas. More direct benefit will be derived from the two

Australian ventures that require successful implementation of ultra shallow junction formation. One is the new silicon

phase change memory company, WRiota, that requires ultra shallow silicon layers. The second is the quantum computing

initiatives in silicon, where understanding of defect mediated processes in shallow implanted layers is essential to the

technology.

DP0665069 Prof RE Williamson; Dr S Kalyanasundaram

Approved Predicting cell wall mechanics from structure in a materials engineering approach to plant growth

Project Title

2006 : $69,000

2007 : $80,000

2008 : $80,000

Primary RFCD 2701 BIOCHEMISTRY AND CELL BIOLOGY

Administering Institution The Australian National University

Project Summary

The project fosters a novel, interdisciplinary approach to understanding how the structure of plant cell walls determines their

mechanical properties. Such understanding requires combining biological and engineering approaches and will illuminate

how plants grow and produce cells and organs with particular shapes. This is scientifically important but is also important for

industries depending on specialised cell shapes such as those of cotton and wood fibres. Our work will improve our

understanding of how wall structure determines fibre and other cell shapes and give us tools which can be used to

understand how final wall structure determines the fibre mechanics on which industrial users depend.

DP0666721 Prof GA Withers

Approved A New Economic History of Australia

Project Title

2006 : $70,000

2007 : $35,000

2008 : $61,000

Primary RFCD 3403 ECONOMIC HISTORY AND HISTORY OF ECONOMIC THOUGHT

Administering Institution The Australian National University

Project Summary

Australia is at a cross roads. After almost a century of protectionism we have globally re integrated and liberalised, as we

were when we possessed the world's highest standard of living in the nineteenth century. But we have yet to truly rebuild our

capability to compete well in a global knowledge economy and to do so sustainably and justly. It is the presumption of this

Project that a new understanding of the role of human investment in our history can help underpin a clearer understanding of

the policy imperatives for our future. The Project will lead to an explicit and detailed policy agenda for re shaping Australia's

future so as to be again a clever country.

DP0663617 Prof RL Withers; Dr Y Liu

Approved An integrated approach towards the development of new generation RF/microwave dielectric

Project Title materials

2006 : $200,000

2007 : $170,000

2008 : $170,000

2009 : $150,000

2010 : $140,000

Primary RFCD 2502 INORGANIC CHEMISTRY

QEII Dr Y Liu

Administering Institution The Australian National University

Project Summary

The ultimate aim of this project is to rationally design and optimize new types of environmentally sustainable, cost effective

and high performance microwave dielectric materials and devices for advanced information and communication technology

(ICT) applications. This is a designated National Research Priority area. Our fundamental understanding of dielectric

materials and their properties will be enhanced considerably by working on this project. Further, we will promote the

relationship between the fundamental science of polar crystalline materials and practical applications. If successful, the

results will enhance Australia's capacity and standing in this highly competitive area.

University of Canberra

DP0664429 Prof AM Harding; Prof RJ Stimson; Prof HL Kendig; Prof F Stanley; Ms RE Lloyd; Dr SR Goldfeld; Mr PS

Williams

Approved Opportunity and Disadvantage: Differences in Wellbeing Among Australia's Adults and Children at a

Project Title Small Area Level

2006 : $200,000

2007 : $100,000

2008 : $150,000

2009 : $150,000

2010 : $150,000

Primary RFCD 3701 SOCIOLOGY

Administering Institution University of Canberra

Project Summary

There is growing interest in regional perspectives in social, economic and health policy, amid increasing evidence that the

opportunities and well being of Australians are greatly affected by where they live. But the evidence base and data required

to assess distributional equity issues are deficient. This project will improve the welfare of Australians by generating new

insights into spatial inequalities; creating new databases about the characteristics of Australians living in each small area;

making these new data very widely available through the web; and placing Australia at the international leading edge in the

production of spatial socio economic household data.

DP0666665 Prof BT Horrigan

Approved The High Court of Australia's International Impact and Engagement   Enhancing Judicial

Project Title Accountability and Australia's Place in International Law

2006 : $56,000

2007 : $25,000

2008 : $45,000

2009 : $55,000

2010 : $50,000

Primary RFCD 3901 LAW

Administering Institution University of Canberra

Project Summary

This project on the Australian High Court's engagement with the international community enhances Australian and

international understanding of how national and international judicial systems interact, especially in important areas of

national protection, democratic government, and human rights. It advances scholarly, governmental, professional, and public

knowledge of the Court's contribution as a governmental organ to international justice in the 21st century. This improves

judicial accountability, enhances Australia's international legal reputation, and meets the government's stated commitment to

promoting justice and human rights internationally. The project produces public web based resources and promotes national

research priorities.

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