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A number of governments, including Australia’s, have proposed the revocation of citizenship as a means to deter engagement in terrorism. This lecture considers the political and legal context of these proposals and discuss their compatibility with international human rights standards.
Professor Charlesworth addresses the...
What sort of latitude should we grant our security and intelligence services to engage, prevent and protect us from attack? What’s the trade off between personal privacy and national security?
Highlights of Modern Spying, Melbourne Writers festival, 29th August 2014
This session was...
Professor David Held delivered the 2012 Globalism Research Centre Tom Nairn Lecture on March 27, 2012.
'Cosmopolitanism in the Multipolar World' presented David Held's thinking about the future of humankind with a determined optimism, while recognising that from 9/11 to the present day, terrorism,...
Jennifer Nedelsky calls for deliberation on her proposal to completely rebalance the challenges of employment, life, family and care. Her idea; that everybody (and she does mean everybody) engage in both paid part-time work and unpaid part-time care. In this talk she argues that the...