Tuesday, March 3, 2009

New Issue: Australian Journal of Human Rights

The latest issue of the Australian Journal of Human Rights (Vol. 14, no. 1, 2008) is out. Contents include:
  • Ann Nevile, Human rights, power and welfare conditionality
  • Tom Calma, Indigenous health and human rights
  • Sarah Maddison, Indigenous autonomy matters: what's wrong with the Australian government's 'intervention' in Aboriginal communities
  • Andrew Byrnes, Andrea Durbach, & Catherine Renshaw, Joining the club: the Asia Pacific Forum of and National Human Rights Institutions, the Paris Principles, and the advancement of human rights protection in the region
  • Ben Saul, The international protection of journalists in armed conflict and other violent situations
  • Thomas Humphrey, Children, medical treatment and religion: defining the limits of parental responsibility
  • Mia Dambach, Kariong Juvenile Correctional Centre: countless contraventions of international law
  • Kathryn Haigh, Extending the International Criminal Court's jurisdiction to corporations: overcoming complementarity concerns