All researchers undertaking a research project at ECU need to be aware of the sanctions and defence trade controls requirements.
Australian sanction laws implement United Nations Security Council (UNSC) sanctions regimes and Australian autonomous sanctions regimes. The sanctioned regimes, as at the preparation of this webpage, are:
| UNSC Sanctions||Both|| Australian Autonomous Sanctions|
- Central African Republic
- Democratic Republic of the Congo
- ISIL (Da'esh) and Al-Qaida*
- South Sudan
- The Taliban
- The Former Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
Please visit the DFAT Sanctions Regimes page for a current list of sanctioned countries
Onshore & Offshore Higher Degree by Research Students
- HDR students from sanctioned countries – complete HDR Compliance Assessment Form (SSC Admissions and Supervisors).
- All international University collaborations (research and other University agreements, arrangements and engagements) – complete the University Collaborations Assessment Form.
International Travel and Conference Presentations
- Sanctions apply, contact Legal and Integrity or visit the Sanctions web page for more information.
Defence Trade Controls
- Does the research involve the supply of DSGL technology from a person within Australia to a person outside of Australia?
- Does the research involve the publication of Part 1 (Munitions List) DSGL technology?
- Does the research involve the brokering of the transfer of DSGL items between two or more persons located outside of Australia.
If yes to any of the aforementioned, complete the Compliance Assessment Form – Australian Export Controls and provide the Form to Legal and Integrity at firstname.lastname@example.org for review.
Defence and Strategic Goods List (DSGL)
The DSGL is a legislative instrument that is a compilation of military and dual‐use goods and technology that Australia controls for export as a member of international counter‐proliferation regimes.
Legal and Integrity Contacts