University of Sydney Centres, Projects and Networks
Race and Ethnicity in the Global South (REGS) sponsors historical research to reveal active and influential debates over race and other human differences conducted by scientists and anthropologists across the southern hemisphere.
The Centre for Values, Ethics and the Law in Medicine (VELIM) is an independent centre of the University of Sydney associated with Sydney Medical School.
The School of Social and Political Sciences (SSPS), created in 2008, is the fastest growing and most dynamic centre of its kind in Australasia.
The Sydney Institute for Emerging Infectious Diseases and Biosecurity (SEIB) is a major multi-disciplinary hub dedicated to capacity building, research, advocacy and expert advice in the Asia Pacific region.
'The Everyday Life of Surveillance’ project brings together a number of early career, mid career and distinguished scholars across the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences – and wider university community – to critically and collaboratively examine the everyday production and experience of surveillance, an issue of rapidly increasing social, historical, political, economic and local-global significance.