Monday, February 4, 2008

New Issue: Australian Journal of Human Rights

The latest issue of the Australian Journal of Human Rights (Vol. 13, no. 1, 2007) is out. Contents include:
  • Natalie Klein & Lise Barry, A human rights perspective on diplomatic protection: David Hicks and his dual nationality
  • Tania Penovic & Azadeh Dastyari, Boatloads of incongruity: the evolution of Australia's offshore processing regime
  • Anthony J Langlois, Reciprocity in the justification of rights
  • Philip Spencer & Howard Wollman, Nationalism and the problem of humanitarian intervention
  • Thomas Humphrey, Child soldiers: rescuing the lost childhood
  • Diane Gosden, From humanitarianism to human rights and justice: a way to go
  • Annie Leeks, Realising the right of Indigenous peoples to development through common law recognition of Aboriginal resource rights
  • Kristy Muir, The predisposition theory, human rights and Australian psychiatric casualties of war