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Legal Pluralism/Human Rights Reading Group 2016

6th July 2016

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Miranda Forsyth is an Associate Professor at RegNet and also a Fellow at the Department of Pacific Affairs in the College of Asia and Pacific at ANU. The broad focus of Miranda’s research is investigating the possibilities and challenges of the inter-operation of state and non-state justice and regulatory systems.

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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.

The group meets once a month to talk about a different text – whether journal article, book chapter, film or novel – that alternates between legal pluralism and human rights topics.

The group will usually meet in the RegNet Meeting Room (3.14), Level 3, Coombs Extension Building.

Below are the dates for LP/HR Reading Group in 2016:

Topics and readings for discussion are detailed at the website for each month.

For more information, contact Miranda Forsyth.

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