Human Rights and Global Challenges Conference 2011

Monday 10 December 2001 - Tuesday 11 December 2001

Novotel

The Esplanade, St.Kilda, Melbourne 

The Hon Elizabeth Evatt AC 

"Making an Effective International System for the Protection of Human Beings"

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Associate Prof. Jim Allan

Faculty of Law, University of Otago, New Zealand

"Oh that I were made Judge in teh Land"

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Julie Debljak

Associate Director

Castan Centre for Human Rights Law, Monash University

"Human Rights as Judicial Politics or Parliamentary Judgements"

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Prof. Larissa Behrendt

Director

Jumbunna, Center for Australia Indigenous Studies, Education and Research, Univesity of Technology, Sydney

" Indigenous Self determination in the age of Globalisation"

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Dr. Anne Orford

Faculty of Law, University of Melbourne

"Self Determination in an Age of Intervention"

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Prof. Mark Tushnet, Law School, Georgetown University, USA

"The State Action Doctrine in Comparative Constitutional Law"

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Prof. David Kinley

Director

Castan Centre for Human Rights Law, Monash University 

"The Shrinking State's Growing Responsibilities for Human Rights Protection"

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Sarah Joseph

Associate Director

Castan Centre for Human Rights for Law, Monash University

"The Third Wave' of Corporate Human Rights Accountability: Pharmaceuticals and Human Rights"

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Dr Bronwyn Naylor

Faculty of Law, Monash University

"Prisons, Privatisation and Human Rights"

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Associate Prof. Mail Stivens

Director

Women's Studies, Department of History, University of Melbourne 

"Human Rights & Gender Politics in an Asian Context"

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Prof. Martin Krygier

Faculty of Law, University of New South Wales

"Transitional Questions About the Rule of Law: Why, What and How?"

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Chris Sidoti

Human Rights Consultant, Sydney

"Beyond the Elites"

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Liz Jackson

ABC Journalist, Sydney

"Outside the Comfort Zone - Reporting on Human Rights"

Prof. Keith Ewing

School of Law, King's College London, UK

"The Indivisibility of Human Rights - The Constitutional Protection of Social Rights"

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Di Otto

Faculty of Law, University of Melbourne

"Resisting the Erosion of Economics and Social Rights: What Role can Legal Discourse Play"

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Prof. Ivan Shearer

Faculty of Law, University of New South Wales

"The UN Human Rights Committee: Impressions of a New Member"

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Prof. Peter Muchlinski

Faculty of Law, Univesity of Kent of Canterbury, UK

"Human Rights, Social Responsibility and Regulation of International Business: The Development of International Standards by Intergovernmental Organisations"

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