Publications and other activities by centre faculty members

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18 Newsletter of the Castan Centre for Human Rights Law Melissa Castan Articles M. Castan and J. Paterson, ‘From Supergirl to Invisible Woman: The divide between student perception and professional reality in corporate legal practice’ (2010) 35(3) Alternative Law Journal Papers “The Human Rights Impact of the Victorian Charter for Indigenous People in Record Keeping and Archiving” Archives and Indigenous Rights Workshop, Melbourne, 12 October 2010 ‘Developments in Indigenous Rights and International Law’, Monash Centre for Indigenous Studies, 14 September Julie Debeljak Chapters J. Debeljak, ‘Combating Transnational Crime in the Greater Mekong Sub-Region – the cases of Lao PDR and Cambodia’ in Les Holmes (ed), Trafficking and Forced Migration: Australian, European and Global Perspectives (Edward Elgar, London, 2010) 133-52 (with S. Kneebone). Papers J. Debeljak, “The Human Rights Impact of the Victorian Charter for Indigenous Peoples’ Recordkeeping and Archiving” (Presented at Towards an Understanding of the Archival and Recordkeeping Implications of Australian and International Human Rights for Indigenous Australians, the Annual Conference of the Australian Society of Archivists, 12 October 2010, Melbourne) (with M. Castan) Submissions Submission to the Senate Legal and Constitutional Affairs Committee, inquiry into the Human Rights (Parliamentary Scrutiny) Bill 2010, 9 July 2010 Evidence given before the Senate Legal and Constitutional Affairs Committee, inquiry into the Human Rights (Parliamentary Scrutiny) Bill 2010, 6 November 2010 Roundtable ‘Monitoring and Oversight of Human Rights in Closed Environment Roundtable’, Monash University Law Chambers, Melbourne on 29 November 2010, with Dr Bronwyn Naylor, Dr Stuart Thomas, and Dr Inez Dusseyer (60 invite-only participants, from a range of stakeholders, including international technical experts, federal and state government representatives, service providers, nongovernmental organisations, community organisations, and academics). Patrick Emerton Articles P. Emerton, “Political Freedoms and Entitlements in the Australian Constitution -– An Example of Referential Intentions Yielding Unintended Legal Consequences” (2010) 38 Federal Law Review 169 (awarded the inaugural Zines Prize for the best article published in 2010 in the Federal Law Review). Papers ‘Cosmopolitanism, Self-Determination and National Self-Defence’, paper (jointly authored with T. Handfield) presented at the Oxford Publications and other activities by centre faculty members Rapporteur Ten questions for: Janice Hugo Why did you decide to apply for the position of Castan Centre Administrator? I liked the variety of tasks, which was very appealing as I’m the type that likes to keep busy. I also thought the Centre’s goals were very much in line with my own values. How are you finding the job thus far? It’s been challenging and interesting. Everyone at the Centre and the Law Faculty has been very welcoming too which has made it enjoyable. What things have surprised you about your role with the centre? The calibre of the speakers at the Centre and the level of interaction I get to have with those speakers. What has been your favourite project to work on? Our recent 10th Anniversary Dinner. It was a lot of work, but it was very satisfying to see the night succeed and receive such positive feedback. It was also great to see how very well respected the Centre is by the legal and human rights community. What did you do before working for the Centre? I worked at the Monash University Campus Centre for about a year, before that I worked for environmental consultants for seven years in an administration and accounts management role. Has working at the centre changed your view on human rights issues? It has definitely broadened my view. I never really understood the challenges we face locally in Australia. I very much took the idea of human rights here for granted. What do you like to do when not slaving away in front of a computer, answering queries and registering new members? I love to file! No just kidding, in my spare time I like to do yoga and attempt to meditate. The Centre is full of football fanatics; do you follow football and if so which team? I do follow the footy during finals. I’m a long time Dogs supporter, then secondly the Sainters. Have you had any notable experiences thus far while working at the Centre? I very much enjoyed meeting some of the speakers at our events, such as Dr Jane McAdam, I found it very interesting to hear her personal account of her trip to Bangladesh and India. What is your favourite tv show? Simpsons and the Goodies, any of that far out and completely inappropriate humour is good. November 2010 19 Institute for Ethics, Law and Armed Conflict workshop Why We Fight: The Purposes of Military Force in the 21st Century, Oxford University, 8 October 2010 ‘Is community a crime? Anti terrorism laws and its affect on targeted communities’, presented at the National Association of Community Legal Centres conference Breaking New Ground, Melbourne, 26 October 2010 Paula Gerber Chapters ‘Human Rights Education: Growing a Better Future’ in H. Sykes (ed) Future Justice (Future Leaders, Melbourne 2010) ‘Do States have an Obligation under International Law to Provide Human Rights Education?’ in A. Chowdhury, and J. Bhuiyan (eds) An Introduction to International Human Rights Law (Brill Publishers, Netherlands 2010) Paper ‘The United Nations and Human Rights Education: An Unfinished Journey’, paper presented at the International Human Rights Education conference Sydney, 4 November 2010 Stephen Gray Paper ‘Indigenous Labour in Victoria: setting the record straight’, paper delivered at the 2010 Conference of the Civil Justice Research Group, Public Interest Law Opportunities and Obstacles, Melbourne University, 27 September 2010 Book Review ‘Killing: Misadventures in Violence’, (2010) 35(2) Alternative Law Journal 126 Sarah Joseph Chapters ‘Scope of Application’, in D. Moeckli, S. Shah and S. Sivakumaran (eds), International Human Rights Law (OUP, 2010) 150-170 ‘United Nations Treaty Bodies and Labour Rights’, in C. Fenwick and T. Novitz (eds), Human Rights at Work: Perspectives on Law and Regulation (Hart, Oxford, 2010) 331-358 Media “Abbott out of step on elected judges”, National Times, 12 November 2010 “Stance on human rights has everything – except a Charter”, The Age, 22 April 2010 Susan Kneebone Chapter S. Kneebone and J. Debeljak, ‘Combating transnational crime in the Greater Mekong Sub-Region – the cases of Laos PDR and Cambodia’ in L. Holmes (ed), Trafficking and Forced Migration: Australian, European and Global Perspectives (Edward Elgar, 2010) ch 8 ‘Controlling Migration at Sea: The Australian Case’ in B. Ryan and V. Mitsilegas (eds) Extraterritorial Immigration Control: Legal Challenges (Martinus Nijhoff 2010) 347-374 Articles ‘The Governance of Labor Migration in South East Asia’ for GLOBAL GOVERNANCE: A Review of Multilateralism and International Organisations – Global Governance 16 (2010) 383-396 (a UN publication) ‘Introduction: Governance Beyond Boundaries’ (2010) 29(1) Refugee Survey Quarterly 1 ‘The Refugee –Trafficking Nexus: Making Good (The) Connections’ (2010) 29(1) Refugee Survey Quarterly 137 ‘The trafficking-refugee nexus: when return and reintegration become refoulement’ (July 2010) 33 Alliance News 24 ‘Human Traffic’, (Autumn 2010) 7(1) Around the Globe 24 Papers ‘Trafficking in Children in South and South East Asia: More Degrees of Separation Needed’ presentation at NUS, ARI INTERASIA ROUNDTABLE on Transnational Migration and Children in Asian Contexts, Singapore, 2-3 August 2010 ‘Transnational labour migrants: whose responsibility?’ Presented to CIPL workshop on Allegiance and Identity in a Globalised World, Canberra, 21 July 2010 Other Guest Editor of a Special Edition of Refugee Survey Quarterly on ‘Governance Beyond Boundaries’ Joanna Kyriakakis Articles J. Kyriakakis and L. May (Guest Editors) ‘Special Symposium on International Criminal Law and Philosophy’ (2010) 4(3) Criminal Law and Philosophy. ‘Introduction to the Special Edition’ (2010) 4(3) Criminal Law and Philosophy 245-247 Papers ‘Economic Actors and Jus Post Bellum’, invited presenter, paper presented at Workshop on Ethics, Jus Post Bellum and International Law, ANU, Canberra, 23 August 2010. ‘Economic Actors and Accountability in the Post Conflict Context’, paper presented at Finding Peace in the Nuer Region of Southern Sudan Through Dialogue, Monash University, Melbourne, 1 October 2010. ‘Mistold Stories: The Nuremberg Industrialist Trials’, paper presented at Untold Stories: Hidden Histories of War Crimes Trials, Melbourne University, Melbourne, 15 October 2010. Adam McBeth Submission Castan Centre submission to the Senate Legal and Constitutional Affairs Committee inquiry into the Human Rights (Parliamentary Scrutiny) Bill, 9 July 2010, A. McBeth, S Joseph and E. Contini Evidence given before the Senate Legal and Constitutional Affairs Committee, Inquiry into the Human Rights (Parliamentary Scrutiny) Bill 2010, 6 November 2010 Bernadette McSherry Book Rethinking Rights-Based Mental Health Laws, B. McSherry and P. Weller (eds) (Oxford: Hart Publishing 2010) Article B. McSherry and S. Kumble ‘Seclusion and Restraint: Rethinking Regulation from a Human Rights Perspective’ (2010) 17(3) Psychiatry, Psychology and Law 1 Bronwyn Naylor Article ‘Regulating for safety or creating new criminals? L-plates, log-books and losingout’ (2010) 35(2) Alternative Law Journal 94 Maria O’Sullivan Chapter ‘Human Security and the Protection of Refugees in Africa’ in A. Abass (ed.), Protecting Human Security in Africa (Oxford University Press, 2010) Tania Penovic Paper ‘International human rights law as a vehicle for activism opposed to reproductive choice’ delivered at Public Interest LawOpportunities and Obstacles, University of Melbourne, 28 September 2010 Submissions Submission to the Senate Legal and Constitutional Affairs Committee Inquiry into the Civil Dispute Resolution Bill 2010, 1 November 2010, with L. O’Dwyer and K. Northwood Evidence given before Senate Legal and Constitutional Affairs Committee at Inquiry into the Civil Dispute Resolution Bill 2010, 4 November 2010