Centre for International Governance and Justice (CIGJ)

27
Mar
2018

The reintegration of children affected by armed conflict: Conceptualisation and measurement

Luke Bearup and Ibi Losoncz

Disarmament, demobilization, and reintegration (DDR) constitute the United Nations’ (UNs) standardised approach to post-conflict peace-keeping...

Aftermath of fighting
05
Dec
2017

Fear, fearlessness and environmental activism: The Lock the Gate Alliance

Neil Gunningham, Annie Kia, Hedda Ransan-Cooper

This event was the fourth part of a four part series: Governance and the power of fear. It is available as...

28
Nov
2017

Misplaced and misused fear

Kathryn Henne, Adam Henshke, Jeremy Youde

This event was the third part of a four part series: Governance and the power of fear. It is available as...

21
Nov
2017

Fear not, Papa is here

Chris Houston, Imelda Deinla, Jon Altman, Virginia Marshall

This event was the second part of a four part series: Governance and the power of fear. It is available as...

15
Nov
2017

Rule of Law in ASEAN?

Imelda Deinla

Please note that food will be served in the foyer outside the lecture theatre from 12-12.30. The event itself will still commence at 12.30.

Dr Imelda Deinla’s new book...

14
Nov
2017

Fear in a rapidly changing world

Valerie Braithwaite, Miranda Forsyth, Ibi Losoncz, Rod Broadhurst

This event was the first part of a four part series: Governance and the power of fear. It is available as...

24
Oct
2017

Civil-ising conflict through law?

Michelle Burgis-Kasthala

This talk will explore the origins, nature and effects of the war crimes investigative work of the Commission for International Justice and Accountability (CIJA), set up...

Artwork representing Syrian Civil War victims
17
Oct
2017

New directions for asylum seeker policies?

Tony Ward

Australian discussion of asylum seekers is polarised between slogans of ‘Stop the Boats’ and ‘Bring them here’. Both sides have good arguments – and both have their blind spots. 

And both...

Protestors holding 'welcome refugees' banner
16
Oct
2017

The end of impunity: Why some states are so violent and how their societies can recover

Rachel Kleinfeld

The most violent country in the world today is not Syria, but Brazil, where gangs, organized crime, regular crime, and state brutality create a pall of fear over daily life. Why are so many...

crack in brick wall
21
Sep
2017

Holding security sector institutions responsible for international crime

Jodie O'Leary

Security sector institutions were implicated in international crimes in the conflict in Timor-Leste. This phenomenon is not confined to Timor-Leste; it recurs in both developing and developed...

Timorese soldiers pick up trash at a humanitarian assistance and disaster relief preparedness mission.
17
Aug
2017

Law, space, and time

Mariana Valverde, Margaret Davies, Fleur Johns, Desmond Manderson

Where and when is law? Asking this question means engaging with the boundaries, orientations, perspectives, and scales of law. Setting law in space and time calls for a study of law in context....

Ink spots and splatter
16
Aug
2017

Valverde & O'Malley masterclass - after governmentality: new questions and approaches

Mariana Valverde, Pat O'Malley

Governmentality, as a mode of analysis, has enjoyed considerable prominence over the past twenty-five years or so. While there was never an orthodoxy about what it entailed, its main...

Abstract image to brains networked together, communicating
15
Aug
2017

Beyond demands for more transparency: the importance of scale in institutional information‎ practices

Mariana Valverde

A detailed study of how public-private infrastructure partnerships are governed and rendered visible, mainly in Canada, shows that accountability is not reducible to the availability of...

Abstract colourful image
25
Jul
2017

Researching sorcery accusation related violence in PNG

Miranda Forsyth

Sorcery accusation related violence is a significant concern across many parts of Papua New Guinea (PNG) today. It leads to death, torture, displacement of people and...

29
Jun
2017

Holding security sector institutions responsible for international crime

Jodie O'Leary

This seminar has been rescheduled to Thursday 21 September, 12.30-1.30pm. The venue remains unchanged.

Security sector institutions were implicated in international crimes in the...

Timorese soldiers pick up trash at a humanitarian assistance and disaster relief preparedness mission.
22
Jun
2017

Artificial islands and territory in international law

Imogen Saunders

Artificial island building activities by States have escalated in recent years: China’s activities in the South China Sea have received international attention. But what status do these newly...

Satellite image of Durrat Al Bahrain, 14 artificial islands, Bahrain.
20
Jun
2017

Bookclub - Bridging Divides in Transitional Justice: The Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia

Cheryl White, Sarah Williams and Wendy Lambourne

The backdrop to Bridging Divides in Transitional Justice is Cambodia’s history of radical Communist revolution (1975–1979) under the brutal Khmer Rouge regime, and the culture of impunity...

Bridging Divides in Transitional Justice: The Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia bookcover
18
May
2017

The pursuit of reparations: promises and practices in international criminal justice

Christoph Sperfeldt

Reparations to victims are often seen as a central aspect of a more victim-oriented approach to justice and peace in the wake of mass atrocities. In what can be described as a potentially...

Ceremony led by Buddhist priests
13
Apr
2017

Protecting economic and social rights in post-conflict Timor-Leste: a regulatory theory approach

Adérito Soares

Post-conflict countries often devote little attention to economic and social rights. This is partly because of other urgent priorities such as the security sector and electoral-political agendas...

Photograph: Timor-Leste flag
28
Mar
2017

Bookclub: Liberal democracies and the torture of their citizens

Cynthia Banham, George Williams, Richard Ackland

Cynthia Banham’s book analyses the responses of the USA’s liberal allies to the use of torture against their citizens after 9/11.

While Australia, the...

Cover of Cynthia's book, Liberal democracies and the torture of their citizens

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