Human rights

Fresh Perspectives in Security

In this multi-author edition, we have asked six of Australia’s most innovative scholars to challenge our thinking and present a fresh perspective.

Trust in short supply when there are no shared values

Communist China is based on principles far removed from those we understand.

The Implications and Imperfections of Practice

Kirsten Ainley, ‘The Implications and Imperfections of Practice’, Human Rights Review, 12(2) 2011: 241-246.

From Atrocity Crimes to Human Rights: Expanding the Focus of the Responsibility to Protect

Kirsten Ainley, ‘From Atrocity Crimes to Human Rights: Expanding the Focus of the Responsibility to Protect’, Global Responsibility to Protect, 9(3) 2017: 243-266.

Human Rights and Cultural Specificity: The Case of Papua New Guinea

Michael Jacobsen, ‘Human Rights and Cultural Specificity: The Case of Papua New Guinea’, IR Working Paper 1994/8, Canberra: Department of International Relations, Research School o

Between a Rock and a Hard Place – Immunities of the United Nations and Human Rights

Rosa Freedman and Nicolas Lemay-Hébert, ‘Between a Rock and a Hard Place – Immunities of the United Nations and Human Rights’, in Tom Ruys, Nicolas Angelet, and Luca Ferro, eds, The Cambridge H

Towards an Alternative Interpretation of UN Immunity: A Human Rights-Based Approach to the Haiti Cholera Case

Rosa Freedman and Nicolas Lemay-Hébert, ‘Towards an Alternative Interpretation of UN Immunity: A Human Rights-Based Approach to the Haiti Cholera Case’, Questions of International Law, 8(1

Implementing the Responsibility to Protect: Domestic Processes and Foreign Assistance

Cecilia Jacob, ed., Implementing the Responsibility to Protect: Domestic Processes and Foreign Assistance, Conference Report, Canberra: Department of International Relations, ANU, July 201

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