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AHRCentre Director Andrea Durbach responds to recent developments arising from the South African miners' strike

The manipulation of an English legal doctrine to repress South Africa's striking miners is a grotesque irony in a post-apartheid democracy.

Abu Qatada decision of the European Court of Human Rights

Chris Michaelsen publishes comment in the ICLQ on the recent Abu Qatada decision of the European Court of Human Rights  and discusses its implications for the principle of non-refoulement.

Brigid Inder has been appointed as the Gender Adviser to the ICC Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda

Friend of the AHRCentre, Brigid Inder, has been appointed as the Gender Adviser to the ICC Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda.

Roundtable discussion with Bijaya Rai Shrestha, director of POURAKHI-Nepal

The roundtable discussion with Bijaya Rai Shrestha, organised by the Australian Human Rights Centre and the Diplomacy Training Program on Wednesday, 15 August 2012, was an inspirational hour following the journey of a Human Rights advocate for women migrant workers’ rights in Nepal and the strugg

PhD student Rosemary Grey meets with Fatou Bensouda

On July 22 Fatou Bensouda, Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, delivered the keynote address at the International Peace and Security Institute's symposium on international justice (The Hague).

Antjie Krog spoke on South African Truth and Reconciliation Commission

Award-winning writer, poet, and academic, Antjie Krog, delivered a seminar on "Exchanging Justice for Truth as an Embrace of Evil: a View on Human Rights through the South African Truth and Reconciliation Commission" on Tuesday, July 24th to AHRCentre guests.

Columbia-UNSW Law Human Rights Summer School in NYC

Our first UNSW Columbia human rights summer school program was an overwhelming success.

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