Additional publications - Building democracy and justice after conflict

Books - authored research

Braithwaite, J., Charlesworth, H., Reddy, P. & Dunn, L. 2010, Reconciliation and Architectures of Commitment: Sequencing Peace in Bougainville, Canberra: ANU E Press

Braithwaite, J., Dinnen, S., Allen, M., Braithwaite, V. & Charlesworth, H. 2010, Pillars and Shadows: Statebuilding as Peacebuilding in Solomon Islands, Canberra: ANU E Press

D’Costa, B., 2010, Nationbuilding, Gender and War Crimes in South Asia, London: Routledge

Harris Rimmer, S. 2010, Gender and Transitional Justice: The Women of East Timor, Routledge Contemporary South East Asia Series

Burgis, M.L., 2009, Boundaries of Discourse in the International Court of Justice: Mapping Arguments in Arab Territorial Disputes, The Hague: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers

Farrall, J., 2007, United Nations Sanctions and the Rule of Law, Cambridge:Cambridge University Press

Books - edited

Charlesworth, H. & Coicaud J.M. eds, 2010, Fault Lines of International Legitimacy, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

Charlesworth, H. & Harris Rimmer, S. 2010, Guest Editors, Australian Feminist Law Journal vol 32

Bowden, B., Charlesworth H., & Farrall, J. eds, 2009, The Role of Law in Rebuilding Societies after Conflict: Great Expectations, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

J. Farrall & K. Rubenstein eds., 2009, Sanctions Accountability and Governance in a Globalised World, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

B. Bowden & M.T. Davis, 2007, Terror: From Tyrannicide to Terrorism in Europe, 1605-Future, Brisbane: University of Queensland Press

Book chapters

Charlesworth, H. 2011 ‘The Conceptual Politics of Deomocracy in International Law’ in The Conceptual Politics of Democracy Promotion. Hobson, M & Kurki, M. eds London: Routledge pp. 189-200

Charlesworth, H. 2010 ‘Women and Gender in the Invasion of Gaza’ in Gaza: Law, Politics, Morality R. Gaita ed. Perth: University of Western Australia Press pp. 127-143

Charlesworth, H., 2010, ‘Human Rights and the Memory of the World Programme’ in Cultural Diversity, Heritage and Human Rights, Langfield, M., Logan, W. & Nic Craith, M. eds, London: Routledge pp. 127-143

Charlesworth, H. 2010, ‘Human Rights and the Rule of Law After Conflict ‘in Peter Cane, ed., The Hart-Fuller Debate: Fifty Years On, Oxford: Hart Publishing, pp. 43-60

Charlesworth, H. 2010. ‘The Legitimacies of International Law’ in Charlesworth, H & Coicaud, J.M. eds, 2010, Fault Lines of International Legitimacy, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge pp. 389-398

Farrall, J. 2010, ‘The World Summit Process and UN Sanctions Reform: Between Rhetoric and Force’ in P Danchin & H Fischer (eds), United Nations Reform and the New Collective Security, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press pp. 235-249.

Harris Rimmer, S. 2010, ‘Surfacing Gender in the Constitution of Timor Leste’ in The Constitution of Timor Leste, William Binchy ed. Dublin: Clarus Press

Harris Rimmer, S. 2010. ‘Assessing the Relevance of the International Legal Framework in Claiming Economic and Social Rights’ in Anne Neville and Sharon Bessell eds, Human Rights and Social Policy, Edward Elgar pp. 20-46

Harris Rimmer, S. 2010. ‘Passport to Punishment: Administrative Measures of Control’ in Andrew Lynch, Nicola McGarrity, and George Williams (eds), Counter-Terrorism and Beyond: The Culture of Law and Justice After 9/11, Routledge Research in Terrorism and the Law Series, London, Routledge pp. 109-127

Harris Rimmer, S. 2010, ‘Raising Women Up: Analysing Australian Advocacy for Women’s Rights under International and Domestic Law’, in Margaret Thornton ed, Sex Discrimination in Uncertain Times, Canberra: ANU ePress pp. 291-319

Young, K. 2010 ‘Securing Health through Rights’ in Incentives for Global Public Health, Thomas Pogge, Matthew Rimmer & Kim Rubenstein, eds., Cambridge: Cambridge University Press pp 357-380

Perelman, J. & Young, K., 2010 ‘Rights as Footprints’ in White, L. & Perelman, J. eds, Stones of Hope, Palo Alto: Stanford University Press pp. 122-148

Bowden, B., Charlesworth, H., & Farrall, J., 2009 ‘Introduction’ in Bowden, B., Charlesworth H., & Farrall, J. eds The Role of Law in Rebuilding Societies after Conflict: Great Expectations, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press pp. 1-14

Bowden, B. & Charlesworth, H., 2009 ‘Defining Democracy in International Institutions’ in Bowden, B., Charlesworth H., & Farrall, J. eds The Role of Law in Rebuilding Societies after Conflict: Great Expectations, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press pp. 90-110

Charlesworth, H. 2009, ‘Inside/Outside: Women and The International Human Rights System’ in K. Koufa, N. Zaïkos, A. Constantinides eds, The Diversity of International Law: essays in honour of Professor Kalliopi K. Koufa, Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff pp. 383-398

Charlesworth, H. 2009, ‘Women’s Human Rights in the State-Rebuilding Process’ in Facets and Practices of State-Building, eds Julia Raue & Patrick Sutter, Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff pp. 249-262

Charlesworth, H. 2009 “Worlding Women” in International Law’ in Gender and Global Politics in the Asia Pacific eds Bina D’Costa & Katrina Lee Ko,o New York: Palgrave Macmillan pp. 19-37

Farrall, J. 2009 ‘Should the UN Security Council leave it to the Experts? The Governance and Accountability of UN Sanctions Monitoring’ in J. Farrall & K. Rubenstein (eds.), Sanctions Accountability and Governance in a Globalised World, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press pp. 191-214

Farrall, J. 2009, ‘Impossible Expectations? The UN Security Council’s Promotion of the Rule of Law after Conflict’ in Bowden, B, Charlesworth, H & Farrall, J (eds), The Role of International Law in Rebuilding Societies after Conflict: Great Expectations, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press pp. 134-156

Farrall, J. & K. Rubenstein, 2009 ‘Filling or Falling Between the Cracks? Law’s Potential’ in J. Farrall & K. Rubenstein (eds.), Sanctions Accountability and Governance in a Globalised World, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press pp. 1-23

Harris Rimmer, S. 2009.’Beloved Madam: Gender Issues at the Indonesian ad hoc Human Rights Court’, in W. Binchy ed, Timor-Leste: Issues of Justice and Human Rights. Dublin: Clarus Press pp. 427-473

Charlesworth, H. 2008, ‘International Law: A view from the Antipodes,’ in Regards d’une génération sur le Droit International, ed. E. Jouannet, H. Ruiz Fabri and J-M. Sorel. Paris: Editions Pedone pp 161-167

Charlesworth, H. 2008, ‘Universal Declaration of Human Rights (1948)’ in The Max Planck Encyclopaedia of Public International Law (MPEPIL) online edition, ed Rüdiger Wolfrum. Oxford: OUP, available at http://www.mpepil.com/home

Charlesworth, H. 2008 ‘Bills of rights, national’ in The New Oxford Companion to Law eds P. Cane & J. Conaghan Oxford: OUP pp 76-78

Charlesworth, H. 2008, ‘International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights’ in The New Oxford Companion to Law eds P. Cane & J. Conaghan Oxford: OUP p 603

Charlesworth, H. 2008, ‘Women’s Rights in International Law’ in Derechos Humanos Hoy eds Cecilia Medina & Jose Zalaquett Faculdad de Derecho, Universidad de Chile, pp. 73 - 80

Farrall, J 2008, ‘Peacekeeping’ in Wakefield, A & Fleming, J (eds) The Sage Dictionary of Policing, Sage Publications, London, pp. 221-224

Bowden, B. & Seabrooke, L., 2007, ‘Global Standards of Market Civilization’ in M. Hall & P. T. Jackson (eds), Writing Civilizations, Palgrave.

Bowden, B., 2007, ‘Terror throughout the Ages’, in B. Bowden & M. T. Davis, Terror: From Tyrannicide to Terrorism in Europe, 1605 to the Future,Brisbane: University of Queensland Press

Charlesworth, H. & Kennedy, D., 2006, ‘Afterword: and Forward - there remains so much we do not know’ in Orford, A., ed., International Law and its Others, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press pp 401-407

Journal articles

Bowden, B., 2007, ‘The River of Inter-civilisational Relations: the Ebb and Flow of Peoples, Ideas and Innovations’, Third World Quarterly, Vol. 28, No. 7, pp 1359- 1374

Bowden, B., 2007, ‘The Terror(s) of our Time(s)’, Social Identities: Journal for the Study of Race, Nation and Culture (UK), Vol. 13, No. 4, pp. 543-556

Bowden, B., 2007, ‘Civilization and Savagery in the Crucible of War’, Global Change, Peace & Security, Vol. 19, No. 1, pp. 4-16

Burgis, M., 2007, ‘Judicial Reform and the Possibility of Democratic Rule in Jordan: A Policy Perspective on Judicial Independence’ Arab Law Quarterly, Vol 21, 135-169

Charlesworth, H. 2010, ‘Feminist Reflections on the Responsibility to Protect’, Global Responsibility to Protect, vol. 2, pp 232-249

Charlesworth, H. 2010, ‘The Woman Question in International Law’, Asian Journal of International Law vol 1, pp 1-6

Charlesworth, H. & Harris Rimmer, S. 2010, ‘Feminist Internationalisms’, Australian Feminist Law Journal, vol 32, pp 3-7

Charlesworth, H. 2008, ‘Are Women Peaceful? Reflections on the Role of Women in Peace-Building’, Feminist Legal Studies, vol. 16, pp 347-361

Charlesworth, H., 2007, ‘Law After War’, Melbourne Journal of International Law, Vol. 8, No.2, pp. 233 -247

Charlesworth, H. & Chinkin, C.M., 2006, ‘Building Women into Peace: The International Legal Framework’ 27 Third World Quarterly 937-957

Farrall, J., 2010. Book Review - ‘Civil War and the Rule of Law: Security, Development, Human Rights’ 12(4) Civil Wars 480-482

Farrall, J., 2009, ‘Does the United Nations Security Council Compound the Democratic Deficit?’ 46 Alberta Law Review 913-932

Harris-Rimmer, S G 2010, Sexing the subject of Transitional Justice, 32 The Australian Feminist Law Journal,123-147

Harris-Rimmer, S G 2010, ‘Women Cut in Half: Refugee Women and the Commission for Reception, Truth Seeking and Reconciliation in Timor Leste’, Refugee Survey Quarterly, 29(2), pp. 85-103

Harris Rimmer, S. 2009. Book review - ‘Counter-Terrorism Policing’ by Sharon Pickering, Jude McCulloch and David Wright Neville, ANZ Journal of Criminology, 42(2): 269-271

Harris Rimmer, S. 2009. Book review – ‘Implementing Human Rights Norms: Judicial Discretion and Use of Unincorporated Conventions’ by Wendy Lacey Australian Journal of Human Rights 15(1): 181-83

Young, K. 2010 ‘A Typology of Adjudication of Economic and Social Rights’ 8 I-CON International Journal of Constitutional Law 385-420

Major reviews

Bowden, B. 2006, ‘Review Essay: Imperialism, Sovereignty and the Making of International Law’, European Journal of International Law, 17(3), pp. 689-692

Conference papers

Charlesworth, H. 2009, ‘Swimming to Cambodia: Human Rights and Ritualism’, Second Annual Michael Kirby Lecture, Canberra, 17 March 2009

Charlesworth, H. 2008, ‘Communities and Memories: a global perspective’, Opening address to 3rd International Conference UNESCO Memory of the World Program, the National Library of Australia, Canberra, 19 February 2008

Charlesworth, H., 2008, ‘Are Women Peaceful? Reflections on the role of women in peace building’, Centre LGS Annual Lecture 2008 (Research Centre for Law, Gender and Sexuality) School of Law, University of Westminster, London, 15 May 2008

Charlesworth, H., 2008, ‘Should International Lawyers Take a Break from Feminism?’ Workshop – Between Resistance and Compliance? Feminist Perspectives on International Law in an Era of Anxiety and Terror. International Institute for the Sociology of Law, Onati, Spain, 22-23 May 2008

Charlesworth, H., 2008, ‘How Universal is the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in the 21st Century?’, Annual Lecture, Centre for Dialogue, La Trobe University, Melbourne, 2 October 2008

Charlesworth, H., 2008, ‘The responsibility to protect in international law: Potentials and problems’ Keynote address 21st Annual Conference Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology Canberra, 27 November 2008

Charlesworth, H., 2008, ‘Human Rights and the Rule of Law After Conflict’, Colloquium: The Hart-Fuller Debate 50 Years, John Fleming Centre for Advancement of Legal Research ANU College of Law, 18 December 2008

Charlesworth, H. 2007, ‘The Role of International Law in the 21st Century’ Inaugural International Law Lecture, Indian Society of International Law, New Delhi, 12 February

Charlesworth, H., 2007, ‘Women, human rights and ‘post-conflict’ governance’ Conference, University of Texas at Austin, 13 April 2007

Charlesworth, H., 2007, ‘Can International Law Assist in Post-Conflict Situations?’ Keynote address to University of Queensland Alumni Group, Brisbane, 30 May 2007

Charlesworth, H., 2007, ‘Debating Democracy in International Law’ Third James Crawford Biennial Lecture, University of Adelaide, 11 September 2007

Farrall, J., 2007 ,’The Future of UN Peacekeeping and the Rule of Law’ 101 Proceedings of the 101st Annual Meeting of the American Society of International Law 161-163

Charlesworth, H., 2006, ‘Missing Voices: Women & Democracy After Conflict’, Pamela Denoon Lecture 2006, Canberra 7 March 2006

Charlesworth, H., 2006, ‘The role of women in building democracy after conflict’, paper at inaugural Australian Women Lawyers’ Conference, Sydney 29 September 2006

Charlesworth, H., 2006, ‘Building Justice and Democracy after Conflict’, Academy of the Social Sciences Australia, Cunningham Lecture, Canberra 21 November 2006

Bowden, B., & Charlesworth, H., 2006, ‘Defining Democracy in International Institutions’, Dialogue across Difference: Governance in a Multicultural Era, ANU, 4-5 December 2006

Farrall, J., 2008, ‘Reducing or Compounding the Democratic Deficit? International Law, the United Nations and Post-conflict Democracy’ at the Second Four Societies Special Colloquium on Fostering a Scholarly Network: International Law and Democratic Theory, Faculty of Law, University of Alberta, Canada, 12 -13 September 2008

Harris Rimmer, S., 2009 ‘In praise of prevention: subverting the Responsibility to Protect doctrine’ presented at the Australia and New Zealand Society of International Law in Wellington NZ, 2 July 2009

Harris Rimmer, S., 2009. ‘Refugees, IDPs and R2P’, presented at: ‘Protecting People in Conflict and Crisis: Responding to the Challenges of a Changing World’. 22 - 24 September 2009, Harris Manchester College and Queen Elizabeth House, Oxford

Harris Rimmer, S., 2009, ‘The Truth Hurts: Learnings for the Solomon Islands Truth and Reconciliation Commission from the CAVR process in Timor Leste’, National Europe Centre Roundtable on ‘The Pacific Island States: Peace, Security and Development in a Difficult Environment – A Comparison of Australian and European Neighbourhood Policies’, ANU, 8 October 2009

Harris Rimmer, S., 2009 ‘Sexing the Subject of Transitional Justice’, Feminist Internationalisms, ANU, 22 November 2009

Harris Rimmer, S., 2008, ‘Diminishing Conflict In Timor-Leste‘. ANU College of Asia and the Pacific, 14 October 2008

Natarajan, U., 2007, ‘The civilizing mission and the “gentle civilizer of nations”: Third World approaches to the Iraq war and the rule of law’, Proceedings of the 2007 Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Society of International Law

Conference - edited volume of conference proceedings

Bowden, B., 2006, ‘The Ebb and Flow of Peoples, Ideas and Innovations: Towards a Global History of Political Thought’, International Symposium: Western Political Thought in Dialogue with Asia, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand, 13-15 December 2006

Other academic outputs

Charlesworth, H. & Harris-Rimmer, S., 2010, ‘The United Nations Peacebuilding Commission’, ANU Centre for International Governance and Justice, Building Democracy and Justice After Conflict Working Paper Series/No. 2

Charlesworth, H., 2008, ‘Security, prosperity, and international law’ in W. Maley ed., Australia’s Security and Prosperity: Ideas for 2020, ANU Department of International Relations Keynotes 09, pp 8-13

Charlesworth, H., 2007, Building Justice and Democracy after Conflict’, Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia, Occasional Paper 2/2007 pp 1-11

Charlesworth, H., 2006, ‘Picking up the Pieces: International Law after Conflict’, Lecture to the Institute of Advanced Studies, University of Western Australia, 15 February 2006

Bowden, B., 2007, ‘The War on Terror and the Terror of War’, Counterpunch, 1 March

Bowden, B. and Farrall, J., 2007, ‘The Regulatory Potential of International Sanctions in Post-conflict Environments: A Research Agenda’, ANU Centre for International Governance and Justice, Issues Paper No. 3

Farrall, J., 2010, ‘The Liberian Transitional Peace Process, 2003-2006’, ANU Centre for International Governance and Justice, Building Democracy and Justice After Conflict Working Paper Series/No. 6

Farrall, J., 2010, ‘The Role of the United Nations Security Council in Building Democracy and Justice After Conflict’, ANU Centre for International Governance and Justice, Building Democracy and Justice After Conflict Working Paper Series/No. 1

Farrall, J., 2007, United Nations Peacekeeping and the Rule of Law, ANU Centre for International Governance and Justice, Issues Paper No. 1

Harris-Rimmer, S., 2010, ‘The Afghanistan Independent Human Rights Commission’, ANU Centre for International Governance and Justice, Building Democracy and Justice After Conflict Working Paper Series/No. 5

Harris-Rimmer, S., 2010, ‘The Solomon Islands Truth and Reconciliation Commission’, ANU Centre for International Governance and Justice, Building Democracy and Justice After Conflict Working Paper Series/No. 4

Harris-Rimmer, S., 2010, ‘The United Nations Democracy Fund’, ANU Centre for International Governance and Justice, Building Democracy and Justice After Conflict Working Paper Series/No. 3

S. Harris Rimmer, 2009, ‘After the guns fall silent: Sexual and gender based violence in Timor-Leste’ Issue Brief: Timor Leste Armed Violence Assessment Number 5. November 2009. Also published in Tetum

S. Harris Rimmer, 2009. ‘Reconceiving Refugees and Internationally Displaced Persons as Transitional Justice Actors’ CIGJ Issues Paper No.8, March

Park, A.S.J., 2007, ‘Restorative Approaches to Justice: Strategies for Peace in Sierra Leone’, (ANU Centre for International Governance and Justice, Issues Paper No. 2)

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