Organisation

Sydney Centre for International Law (USyd)

Acronym
SCIL
Owning Institution

Items published

Report

29 Feb 2012

This article elaborates upon ideas contributed to a symposium considering the possible shape of an Asia Pacific Community, including future trade arrangements within an Asia Pacific Community.

It suggests some innovations in dispute settlement that could be considered for inclusion in such arrangements....

Report

5 Nov 2008

The new government has displayed some original thinking but not yet quite up there in the exceptional category of the very best governments around the world, according to this paper, which spells out areas requiring further attention – including Australia's attitude to capital punishment and...

Submission

21 Apr 2008

This submission welcomes the Bill and supports its broad objectives of providing reparations to indigenous Australians who were directly affected by Australian governments' policies of removing indigenous and part-indigenous children from their parents.

Report

14 Apr 2008

The Sydney Centre for International Law makes 16 suggestions to strengthen Australia's future security and prosperity in a rapidly changing region and world.

Report

26 Apr 2006

Complementary protection is a relatively new term in the Australian context, describing the protection granted by governments to individuals on the basis of needs falling outside the 1951 Convention framework. Jane McAdam examines the fundamental conceptual connections between international refugee law and human rights law...

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