This seminar provides an overview of Halliday and Liu’s research on the interweaving of politics and practice in five segments of the practicing criminal defense and human rights bar in China from 2005 to 2015.
The message of this masterful book from the late Professor Tony McMichael is that in facing climate change, we must put aside our presumptions about humans dominating nature. History shows that human populations have always been vulnerable to changes in the climate, the direct and indirect health impacts are huge, and increasingly press upon us.
7th annual Human Rights Tertiary Teachers’ Workshop to be held at Monash University
This PhD mid term review seminar analyses the latest challenges and obstacles for the Myanmar banking sector, and how best to strengthen the integrity infrastructure and ethical safeguards for its domestic banking.
In this PhD mid-term review seminar, Marie-Eve Loiselle questions how the wall operates as a technology of regulation, first exploring the motivations that underpin states’ appeal for physical partitions, and concluding with an evaluation of the role of law in the construction of physically partitioned borders.
A critical examination of the role, scope and implications of victims’ participation in international criminal proceedings.
Gale Burford masterclass: numbers, stories, questions - considerations for relational research in social work
This session grapples with the ways in which paradoxes play out in social work research, especially research involving human subjects, and sheds light on methodologies that are consistent with honouring safety, accountability and culture.
“We’ve all got some healing to do”: building social and human capital at regulatory-restorative interfaces in the human services
In the face of so much evidence that the quality of relationships between regulators, family members, caregivers, and service providers is crucial to positive outcomes for children, families and communities, why do we continue to see so many examples of conflict and mistrust?
In this final PhD seminar, Kristina Simion argues that intermediaries shape rule of law assistance in ways that are important for our understanding of development and its success.