Podcasts from this workshop are now available:
Australians were rightly ashamed last week to see the Four Corners program on brutality against children at the Don Dale Detention Centre in the Northern Territory. Yes, it is to our credit as a people that we can feel national disgust at this and establish a Royal Commission to report on what we need to do about it.
A three-year full-time PhD scholarship within the Centre for International Governance and Justice, located in the School of Regulation and Global Governance (RegNet) at the ANU.
Who is the subject of human rights? Do women have the right to be human?
Hilary Charlesworth’s speech on law and emancipation from her honorary doctorate conferral ceremony.
The Legal Pluralism/Human Rights Reading Group is an opportunity for scholars interested in exploring ideas about legal pluralism (and its siblings hybridity, state and non-state legal orders and meta-regulation), and issues in human rights law, theory and practice.
In this article on Frontier Myanmar, RegNet PhD scholar Naing Ko Ko is quoted on the depth and breadth of corruption that needs to be tackled by the new government in Myanmar.
Congratulations to Meredith Edelman, RegNet Phd scholar, who has been awarded the Gender Institute 2015 Prize for excellence in research in the journal article category with her article, ‘An Unexpected Path: Bankruptcy, Justice and Intersecting Identities in the Catholic Sexual Abuse Scandals.
The politics of memory: emerging themes of ‘official’ and ‘unofficial’ memories in peacebuilding.
If countries wish to protect legitimate and non-discriminatory public welfare regulation from investor-state claims, what options do they have?