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Dr Heba Batainah is Assistant Professor in Politics and International Relations in the School of Government and Policy at the University of Canberra. Heba’s research focuses on the political institutions of belonging and the ways in which minority groups are represented. She has a particular interest in the ways citizens are helped or hindered in their pursuit of political participation. Heba has over a decade of experience in the higher education sector, teaching both at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Her teaching focuses on public and social policy in Australia and leadership in theory and practice. Heba has lived in six countries on three continents and also speaks Arabic. She is a graduate of the Australian National University (PhD) and the University of Canberra (BPhil Hons – First Class).
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Policy responses to the experience of refugee and asylum seeker women in Australia: a political values perspective
31/01/22 → 31/12/22
15/10/21 → 25/03/22
Identifying historical policy regimes in the Canadian and Australian communications industries using a model of path dependent, punctuated equilibriumDE PERCY, M. & BATAINAH, H., 2021, In: Policy Studies. 42, 1, p. 42-59 18 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-review
Batainah, H. & De Percy, M., Oct 2021, Canberra: Australian Civil-Military Centre. 20 p.
Research output: Book/Report › Reports › peer-reviewOpen AccessFile8 Downloads (Pure)
Batainah, H. & De Percy, M., Oct 2021, Canberra: Australian Civil-Military Centre.
Research output: Book/Report › Reports › peer-reviewOpen AccessFile21 Downloads (Pure)
Batainah, H. & De Percy, M., Oct 2021, Australia: Australian Civil-Military Centre. 34 p.
Research output: Book/Report › Reports › peer-reviewOpen AccessFile18 Downloads (Pure)
Beyond policy domains: Governance architectures as a theoretical framework for understanding the challenges facing Syrian refugees in Jordan, Lebanon, and AustraliaDe Percy, M. & Batainah, H., 24 Sep 2019.
Research output: Contribution to conference (non-published works) › Paper