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Jarryd Bartle

Jarryd Bartle

Sessional Lecturer in Criminal Law, RMIT University

Jarryd Bartle operates a boutique policy consultancy specialising in drug-related harms, 'vice' markets (adult industry, liquor, gambling) and evidence-based approaches to criminal behaviour.

Jarryd is also a sessional lecturer in criminal law subjects at RMIT University.

Jarryd has a background is as a criminal defence lawyer and as a research assistant within criminological research.

How Australian attitudes to cannabis compare to state laws

Jul 05, 2018 13:35 pm UTC| Insights & Views Law

Australians have a more progressive stance to cannabis reform than current laws reflect. A poll conducted by the Greens this week found that the majority of Tasmanians support the decriminalisation of recreational use...

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U.S. Treasuries remain resilient ahead of Trump-Putin Summit, June retail sales

The U.S. Treasuries remained resilient on Monday as investors wait to watch the summit between President Donald Trump and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin, scheduled to be held later today. Also, the countrys retail...

FxWirePro: German bund prices to remain weak on improving risk appetite; eyes on Eurozone’s June CPI, Trump-Putin Summit

The German bund prices are expected to remain weak for a short period, following the improvement in investors risk appetite as the U.S.-China trade tensions started to ease, after a lengthy period of uncertainties and...

China Q2 GDP cheers market participants, industrial production falls in June

Chinas gross domestic product (GDP) for the second quarter of this year cheered market participants while industrial production fell during the month of June. Underlying growth seems to be weakening after a strong...

New Zealand bonds jump at close ahead of Q2 CPI, GlobalDairyTrade price auction

New Zealand bonds closed higher Monday as investors wait to watch the countrys consumer price inflation (CPI) for the second quarter of this year, scheduled to be released today by 22:45GMT. Focus will also remain on the...

Gold prices seen sliding to USD1,300/oz by end-2018, says OCBC Research

Bullion prices are seen sliding to USD1,300/oz by the end of this year, according to a forecast by OCBC Research. While a firmer dollar story into Q3 2018 could potentially keep gold bulls at bay, some unwinding of dollar...

Politics

Poland's judicial purge another step toward authoritarian democracy

Since the elections of 2015, Poland has been ruled by the Law and Justice Party (Prawo i Sprawiedliwość, or PiS), a far-right nationalist group that has transformed the country beyond recognition. Poland had once been...

Arrest and release of Somaliland poet puts spotlight on regional troubles

Poets, writers and bloggers have recently been on the receiving end of political crackdowns in the self-declared independent state of Somaliland. Surges often occur around elections, and most recently due to assertive...

The Murri Book Club and the politics of reading for Indigenous Australians

Although the 2018 Closing the Gap report on Indigenous disadvantage highlighted the importance of literacy for Indigenous Australians, progress remains slow. But, while reading is widely considered an unmitigated good and...

Mexico's election was a victory for democracy itself

Andrés Manuel López Obrador, popularly known as AMLO, has won a landslide victory in Mexicos presidential elections. He now stands poised to form the countrys first left-wing government for generations, and...

Nationalism and piety dominate Turkey's election

Turkey goes to the polls to vote for president and parliament on Sunday. As a scholar of the history and politics of the Middle East, I believe the most striking feature of the campaign is the ideological uniformity...

Science

Discovering dopamine's role in the brain: Arvid Carlsson's important legacy

Arvid Carlsson, the Swedish neuroscientist and Nobel laureate, died on June 29, 2018 at the age of 95. He had devoted his life to understanding how the brain works and was awarded the Nobel for his research into dopamine ...

How Novichok is different from radioactive poisons – and what this means for decontamination

A man and a woman were found unconscious in Wiltshire, England, on July, after having been exposed to the nerve agent Novichok. This is the same substance that was used to poison the former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and...

We need a bank of DNA from dirt and water to protect Australia's environment

Measuring biodiversity used to mean laboriously collecting samples and manually identifying the plants, animals and fungi. This might involve careful inspection under a microscope to spot identifying features. This takes a...

Real, Live Mad Scientists Send Electric Shocks to People's Brains to Make Them Less Violent

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Bacteria Could Be the Key To Breathing on Mars, Study Says

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Technology

Moto E5 Announcement, News and Updates: Much Cheaper Moto E5 Play Android Go Edition Revealed

The Moto E5 smartphone from Motorola is already considered one of the cheapest devices available, and it got even cheaper with the Moto E5 Play. However, it seems the company wasnt satisfied with how budget-friendly the...

Oppo Find X News and Updates: Device Earns Accolades, UK Launch Confirmed

It seems Oppo really hit the ball out of the park with the Oppo Find X as the device has been received quite well in the places where it is now available. The device was unveiled in France last month and has since been...

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The Huawei Nova 3 and Nova 3i teasers have been coming in hot and the July 26 launch of the devices is highly anticipated in India. The devices are Huaweis latest budget smartphones aimed at mid-tier-income families, which...

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When the Nokia X6 was launched in China on Jul 10, the device proved to be extremely popular. In fact, JD.com notes that out of 10 smartphones sold by the site, five were of the Nokia X6. It is also selling 10 units of the...

Xiaomi Mi Band 3 Explorer Edition Specs: First Look at Smartwatch with Transparent Band

The Xiaomi Mi Band 3 Explorer Edition has been previewed in several teaser images that show off its transparent smartwatch band. This might also be a clue that the wearable device is launching soon. On Sunday,...
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