Items where Subject is "Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification > PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGIOUS STUDIES (220000) > APPLIED ETHICS (220100) > Human Rights and Justice Issues (220104)"
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Francis, Angus J., Sampford, Charles, & Thakur, Ramesh (Eds.) (2011) The Laws of Protection : Protection of Civilians and the Responsibility to Protect. United Nations University Press, Tokyo. (In Press)
Dragiewicz, Molly (2011) Equality with a vengeance : men's rights groups, battered women, and antifeminist backlash. Northeastern University Press, Boston.
Coghill, Ken, Sampford, Charles, & Smith, Tim (2011) 'Rulers' duty to the environment. In Coghill, Ken, Sampford, Charles, & Smith, Tim (Eds.) Fiduciary Duty and the Atmospheric Trust. Ashgate Publishing Ltd, Surrey, England. (In Press)
Davies, Sara E. (2007) International Law and the State of Exception. In Bellamy, Alex J., Bleiker, Roland, Davies, Sara E., & Devetak, Richard (Eds.) Security and the War on Terror. Routledge, Hampshire, UK.
Davies, Sara E. (2007) 'Seeking Security for Refugees'. In Burke, Anthony & McDonald, Matthew (Eds.) Critical Security in the Asia Pacific. Manchester University Press, Manchester, pp. 219-240.
Page, James S. (2008) The United Nations and peace education. In Bajaj, Monisha (Ed.) Encyclopedia of peace education. Information Age Publishing, Charlotte, pp. 75-83.
Sampford, Charles (2011) Thin theories of the domestic and international rule of law. In Popovski, Valentin (Ed.) Ethical Supports for the International Rule of Law. United Nations University Press, Tokyo. (In Press)
Sampford, Charles (2011) Trust, governance and the good life. In Coghill, Ken, Sampford, Charles, & Smith, Tim (Eds.) Fiduciary Duty and the Atmospheric Trust. Ashgate Publishing Ltd, Surrey, England. (In Press)
Singh, Namita & Notley, Tanya M. (2009) A strategy for making media. In Message in-a-box : tools and tactics for communicating your cause. Tactical Technology Collective, pp. 8-16. (In Press)
Cook, Peta S. (2007) Informed Consent and Human Rights: Some Regulatory Challenges of Xenotransplantation. Social Alternatives, 26(4), pp. 29-34.
Davies, Sara E. (2006) The Asian rejection: International refugee law in Asia. Australian Journal of Politics and History, 52(4), pp. 562-575.
Davies, Sara E. (2006) Saving refugees or saving borders? Southeast Asian states and the Indochinese refugee crisis. Global Change, Peace and Security, 18(1), pp. 3-24.
Davies, Sara E. (2004) Start Looking South: The Refugee Convention Fifty Years On. The International Journal of Human Rights, 8(3), pp. 355-366.
Davies, Sara E. (2002) ‘Truly’ International Refugee Law? Or Yet Another East/West Divide? Social Alternatives, 21(4).
Dragiewicz, Molly (2010) A left realist approach to antifeminist fathers’ rights groups. Crime, Law and Social Change, 54(2), pp. 197-212.
Farrell, Ann, Danby, Susan J., Skoien, Petra V., & Quadrelli, Carol A. (2001) Women inmates' accounts of education in Queensland corrrections. Australia and New Zealand Journal of Law and Education, 6(1 & 2), pp. 47-61.
Hutchinson, Terry C. & Martin, Fiona (2004) Australia’s Human Rights Obligations Relating to the Mental Health of Refugee Children in Detention. International Journal of Law and Psychiatry, 27(6), pp. 529-547.
Lewis, Bridget (2012) Human rights and environmental wrongs : achieving environmental justice through human rights law. International Journal for Crime and Justice, 1(1), pp. 65-73.
Maguire, Rowena & Lewis, Bridget (2012) The influence of justice theories on international climate policies and measures. Macquarie Journal of International and Comparative Environmental Law, 8(1), pp. 16-35.
Sampford, Charles (2011) Towards a global carbon integrity system. Low Carbon Economy. (In Press)
Suzor, Nicolas P., Harpur, Paul D., & Thampapillai, Dilan (2008) Digital copyright and disability discrimination: From braille books to bookshare. Media & Arts Law Review, 13(1), p. 1.
Trocki, Carl A. (2005) David Marshall and the Struggle for Civil Rights in Singapore. In Chua, Beng Huat, Trocki, Carl A., & Barr, Michael D. (Eds.) Paths Not Taken: Political Pluralism in Postwar Singapore, 14-15 July 2005, Asia Research Institue, National University of Singapore. (Unpublished)
Mathews, Benjamin P. & Bross, Donald C. (2008) Does the Protection of Children’s Rights to Safety Require a System of Mandatory Reporting of Abuse and Neglect? An Argument. In XVIIth ISPCAN International Congress on Child Abuse and Neglect, September 7-10 2008, Hong Kong.