Australian Journal of Human Rights
|Short Description :||Volume 18, Part 2|
|Published :||December, 2012|
The Australian Journal of Human Rights (AJHR) is Australia's first peer reviewed journal devoted exclusively to human rights development in Australia, the Asia-Pacific region and internationally. The law journal aims to raise awareness of human rights issues in Australia and the Asia-Pacific region by providing a forum for scholarship and discussion.
The Australian Journal of Human Rights examines legal aspects of human rights, along with associated philosophical, historical, economic and political considerations, across a range of issues, including aboriginal ownership of land, racial discrimination and vilification, human rights in the criminal justice system, children's rights, homelessness, immigration, asylum and detention, corporate accountability, disability standards and free speech.
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Dominic O'Sullivan: Indigenous health and human rights - 1
Emma Partridge, Sarah Maddison and the Hon Alastair Nicholson AO RFD QC: Human rights imperatives and the failings of the Stronger Futures consultation process - 21
Sulini Sarugaser-Hug: How a peer-review mechanism can influence the implementation of international human rights standards - 45
Special focus on the International Criminal Court
Andrew Byrnes and Beth Goldblatt: Introduction: Justice for All? Ten Years of the International Criminal Court - 69
Helen Brady: The power of precedents: using the case law of the ad hoc international criminal tribunals and hybrid courts in adjudicating sexual violence and gender-based crimes at the ICC - 75
Tina Dolgopol: A role for the Rome Statute system in gender-focused reform of criminal laws and procedures in the Pacific Islands - 109
Aurora E Bewicke: Cultural relativism and Asian participation at the International Criminal Court - 139
Max du Plessis: Reflections on a storm: the International Criminal Court and its work in Africa - 161
Thomas Obel Hansen: The International Criminal Court in Kenya: three defining features of a contested accountability process and their implications for the future of international justice - 187
Andrew Wolman: Human Rights, State Compliance and Social Change: Assessing National Human Rights Institutions, edited by Ryan Goodman and Thomas Pegram - 219
Eileen Pittaway: Globalization and Borders: Death at the Global Frontier, by Leanne Weber and Sharon Pickering - 225
Sanja Milivojevic: Criminal Process and Human Rights,by Jeremy Gans, Terese Henning, Jill Hunter and Kate Warner - 229
Marie Segrave: From Human Trafficking to Human Rights: Reframing Contemporary Slavery, edited by Alison Brysk and Austin Choi-Fitzpatrick - 237
Daniel Joyce: The International Law of Human Rights, by Adam McBeth, Justine Nolan and Simon Rice - 237
Dominique Allen: Comparative Equality and Anti-Discrimination Law: Cases, Codes, Constitutions and Commentary, by David B Oppenheimer, Sheila R Foster and Sora Y Han - 245