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Living with chains Photography Exhibition - An aid for the visually impaired

Follow the link above to access a written description of the photography exhibition, Living with chains, or to download the description via a Word document.

The Challenges and Opportunities for International Criminal Justice: An Interview with US Ambassador-at-Large for War Crimes, Stephen Rapp

Emma Palmer, PhD Candidate at UNSW Law, spoke to Ambassador Rapp about contemporary opportunities and challenges for international criminal justice. Click on the above link to read the article.

Transformative Reparations for Sexual Violence Crimes in Conflict Settings: Building New Conceptual Frameworks

The workshop brought together international and Australian experts to explore the concept of ‘transformation’ and the role and limitations of international justice tribunals. Read more about it...

Listen to Achieving justice when courts are not yet able: The challenge of Syria with Ambassador Stephen Rapp

On Wednesday 20 May, Ambassador Stephen Rapp spoke to packed lecture theatre on a range of subjects related to the International Criminal Court, Syria and the objectives of relentlessly pursuing justice.

Podcast available from today's The Forgotten Children

Earlier today, over 120 people gathered to listen to Jenni Whelan and Madeline Gleeson review the AHRC's The Forgotten Children report. To listen to a podcast of the event, click on the above link.

2015 AHRCentre Annual Public Lecture: Disability Rights - a Global Agenda for the 21st century

Jun 4
Event date: 
4 Jun 2015
6:00pm to 7:30pm
Venue: 
Large lecture theatre G04, ground floor, UNSW Law

Achieving justice when courts are not yet able: The challenge of Syria with Ambassador Stephen Rapp

May 20
Event date: 
20 May 2015
6:00pm to 7:30pm
Venue: 
Room G23, ground floor, UNSW Law

North Korea: Inside/Out with Michael Kirby and Barnaby Caddy

May 18
Event date: 
18 May 2015
6:30pm to 8:00pm
Venue: 
Large lecture theatre G04, ground floor, UNSW Law

Rescuing a pacifist sensitivity in international law

May 13
Event date: 
13 May 2015
6:00pm to 7:30pm
Venue: 
G23, ground floor, UNSW Law - all welcome public event

No miraculous solutions to the puzzle of territory-history-democracy-law?

Democracy makes the settlement of territorial disputes more difficult, as it makes diplomacy more directly subordinate to public opinions. Greater efforts for sharing understanding on international law will help overcome these challenges.

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