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PhD Completion Seminars: Jacqueline Parry and Suzanne Akila

CIGJ PhD Scholars, Jacky Parry and Suza Akila will both present seminars next week marking the end of their PhD research. Jacky is soon to submit her PhD, and Suza has already done so. Congratulations to both! Jacky’s seminar is titled ‘Transitional justice and displacement: lessons from Liberia and Afghanistan’ and Suza’s is ‘Participation and the protection of citizens abroad in international law’. Click on the links for full details.

Former CIGJ visitor invents the ‘regulatory diamond’!

We were delighted to hear recently that Jonathan Kolieb, who visited the Centre in 2013 as a recipient of one of our Visiting PhD Scholarships has had an article published in the Monash University Law Review. The article develops thinking on responsive regulation that was stimulated by Jonathan’s visit to CIGJ/RegNet. It can be downloaded here: When to Punish, When to Persuade and When to Reward: Strengthening Responsive Regulation with the Regulatory Diamond.

Reminder – Register now for the Human Rights Tertiary Teachers’ Workshop

2016 Human Rights Tertiary Teachers' Workshop

2016 Human Rights Tertiary Teachers’ Workshop

The 6th Annual Human Rights Tertiary Teachers’ Workshop will be held at the Faculty of Law, University of New South Wales on Wednesday, 17 February 2016. The workshop will be hosted by the Australian Human Rights Centre at UNSW.

Attendance at the day is free and you can register here:  RSVP

It’s always a fantastic and stimulating day, so do register soon if you haven’t already, and please spread the word, including among higher degree research students and academics working on human rights issues in disciplines other than law. The workshop has enjoyed a great turnout over the last 5 years and the organizing committee is keen to build on the momentum generated from previous workshops. All inquiries can be directed to andrew.byrnes@unsw.edu.au

 

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