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Sep 23
Event date: 
23 Sep 2017
11:00am to 1:00pm
Macquarie Room, Macquarie Street Building, State Library of NSW

Book launch and conference on ‘Sexual Violence in Armed Conflict’ at The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Prof. Chappell presented on ‘Gender misrecognition in international criminal law’ which highlighted women's experiences of war and conflict that have been ignored or marginalised in international law. Read more...

Debate on Supported Decision Making with Rosemary Kayess & Gerard Quinn

Is it feasible to change the way we think about supported decision making? Listen to the experts debate the topic, including the AHRCentre's Rosemary Kayess and Gerard Quinn, and gain insight into the world of supported decision making.

Opportunity - Three-year PhD studentship: Human Rights Film Festivals: Politics, Programmes and Practices

The studentship will begin 1 October 2015 and covers the cost of home/EU tuition fees and provides an annual maintenance award of £14,057 (at 2015/16 rates). There are no nationality restrictions for this award.

Ground breaking new report on terrorist listing

This first comprehensive report documents the use of laws banning ‘terrorist organisations’ in the management of conflict with Al-Shabaab in Somalia, Hamas in the Occupied Palestinian territories, and the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) in Turkey, combining legal analysis with in-depth case studies.

Documentary Film Screening: McCullin with the AHRCentre's Daniel Joyce

Mar 26
Event date: 
26 Mar 2015
6:30pm to 9:00pm
405 Crown Street, Surry Hills

Rights Talk: CPCF v Minister for Immigration and Border Protection – When statutory interpretation trumps international legal norms

The Centre is interested in this session: George Newhouse will discuss the unanswered questions arising from the High Court decision in the recent case of 157 Tamils intercepted and detained by Australian Border Protection on the high seas.

2015 Human Rights Tertiary Teachers' Workshop - Call for registrations

The Fifth Annual Human Rights Tertiary Teachers’ Workshop will be held on Wednesday, 18 February 2015, from 9.30-5 pm at Regnet, Australian National University.

Panel discussion: Can Docos Change the World?

Jun 9
Event date: 
9 Jun 2014
3:30pm to 5:00pm
483 George Street (enter from Town Hall steps)

Racial Discrimination Act: Proposed changes and the impact on Indigenous Australians

Jun 4
Event date: 
4 Jun 2014 6:00pm
G04 Lecture Theatre, Faculty of Law, UNSW


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