Shane studied law and international studies as an undergraduate at the University of Adelaide between 2004 and 2010, with a year visit at the University of California, Los Angeles. During this period, Shane interned with the Centre for International Environmental Law in Washington, DC, and later with the United Nations Development Programme’s Regional Centre in Bangkok in the area of indigenous peoples rights and development in Asia and the Pacific.
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In this Regarding Rights blog post, CIGJ PhD student Shane Chalmers draws on material from his thesis and a forthcoming article titled, ‘Civil Death in the Dominion of Freedom: Liberia and the Logic of Capital’ to analyse two photographs from Benin.
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