Australian Human Rights event

South Africa’s Transformative Constitution unravelling with Dennis Davis

Nov 9
Event date: 
9 Nov 2016
1:00pm to 2:00pm
Venue: 
Common Room, Level 2, UNSW Law

International Crimes Against Cultural Heritage: The ICC's Mali Judgment

On 6 October 2016, the AHRCentre held a seminar, co-hosted with the Australian Red Cross, on the recent ICC decision in the Al Mahdi Case. The case has signaled some important firsts for the court, including the first time the war crime of destruction of cultural heritage.

International Crimes Against Cultural Heritage: The ICC's Mali Judgment

Oct 6
Event date: 
6 Oct 2016
1:00pm to 2:00pm
Venue: 
The Boardroom, Level 2, UNSW Law

Maintaining relevance: The future of the UN and Australia's engagement

Yesterday we had the privilege to sit in on a conversation between, in the words of moderator Chris Michaelsen, "the two most knowledgeable experts in the world on the United Nations, Leanne Smith and Jeni Whalan.” Jeni and Leanne spoke about challenges and limitations of the UN in varying contexts...

Do Definitions Matter? Data, Law and Decision-Making in Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights

Oct 4
Event date: 
4 Oct 2016
5:30pm to 7:00pm
Venue: 
Galleries 1 & 2, John Niland Scientia Building

Human Rights Defender launch: Special issue on Villawood

On Tuesday 6th September, the Human Rights Defender held a launch for its Villawood issue at UNSW Law. The launch included five guest speakers, and had a diverse crowd of guests, including refugees, students, volunteers from different NGOs, artists and authors.

HRD Villawood Launch

Sep 6
Event date: 
6 Sep 2016
5:00pm to 6:00pm
Venue: 
Common Room, Level 2, UNSW Law

Sharing insights with federal Sex Discrimination Commissioner Kate Jenkins

UNSW colleagues from across faculties and schools met and shared insights with federal Sex Discrimination Commissioner Kate Jenkins during her visit to the AHRCentre.

Media, Corporate Responsibility and Free Speech with Prof Sarah Joseph

The focus of the seminar was on applying the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights to the media industry and how, in their current state, these principles are conceptually inadequate to deal with the human rights responsibilities of the contemporary media.

Corporate Responsibility, the Media and Free Speech

Aug 8
Event date: 
8 Aug 2016
1:00pm to 2:00pm
Venue: 
Staff common room, Level 2, UNSW Law

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