The New Zealand Centre for Human Rights Law, Policy and Practice
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The New Zealand Centre for Human Rights Law, Policy and Practice is a specialist centre hosted by the Faculty of Law at The University of Auckland. The Centre aims to provide a focal point for human rights research, education, community service and a range of human rights activities in New Zealand and the Asia Pacific region
Public Lecture by Dr. Simon Adams, Executive Director, Global Centre for the Responsibility to Protect
10 April 2014Dr. Simon Adams discussesd the development of the Responsibility to Protect norm in light of the Libyan intervention in 2011 and the on-going situation in Syria
Parliament and the Protection of Human Rights
10 April 2014The NZCHRLPP held a seminar in Wellington entitled “Parliament and the Protection of Human Rights - Pre-Legislative Scrutiny and the Role of S 7 of the Bill of Rights” at Russell McVeagh attended by 120 lawyers and others on the 13th March.
Discussion Hour with the Human Rights Commission: Topical Areas of Human Rights Law
10 April 2014A seminar to discuss with Honours and future LLM students potential dissertation/thesis topics in the area of Human Rights Law was held on the 28th March.
Helen Clark says students must become global citizens
10 April 2014Students hoping to work for the United Nations should be prepared to start out in the world’s most troubled areas, according to former New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark, who spoke at the University of Auckland on Monday night.
New Zealand Centre for Human Rights Law, Policy and Practice presents: The 2014 Annual Human Rights Lecture (Law) Event as iCalendar
05 November 2014, 6 - 7pmProfessor Juss explores the significance in the United Kingdom of the right to life in article 2 of the European Convention on Human Rights – when might the state be liable for deaths, including those caused by no-state actors, and how does of tort law intersect with human rights law?