Congratulations to CIGJ PhD student Cheryl White, who has recently submitted her thesis on transitional justice in Cambodia.
Regarding Rights editor Dr Emma Larking takes a look at whether proposed amendments to the Racial Discrminiation Act will do anything to strengthen protection against racial discrimination.
The Philippines is often seen as a democratic corner of Southeast Asia: authoritarian ex-military President Ferdinand Marcos was famously ousted through peaceful civilian protest in 1986 and Filipi
Jacqueline Parry spent five months in the field exploring how refugees interacted with the Liberian Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) as well as issues of transitional justice more broadly.
Regarding Rights is a forum for voices from activism and academia to comment on important issues in human rights.
On Friday 14 March a conference entitled Black trade, criminal networks and enforcement responses was held to mark the imminent end of the ANU’s Transnational Environmental Crime (TEC) Project.
CIGJ director Professor Hilary Charlesworth and Professor Christine Chinkin write on UN Women.
Victims of one of the worst genocides in human history are beginning to find compensation through a specially established criminal court, but lengthy legal proceedings are stalling justice.
CIGJ PhD student, Jacky Parry, has been awarded a prestigious Arthur C. Helton Fellowship micro-grant by the American Society of International Law.
Adjunct Professor, Howard Bamsey, has been awarded an AM in the 2013 Order of Australia Honours announced on 26 January.