[TimorLesteStudies] ANU Peace Research Network Event : Confronting reality: responding to war criminal living in Australia

Bu Wilson Bu.Wilson at anu.edu.au
Wed Oct 7 16:17:01 EST 2009



Peace Research Network Event

The Centre for International Governance and Justice, RegNet invites you to a
seminar considering the regulation of dangerous people under international
and domestic law, with speakers Fergus Hanson, Lowy Institute and Chris
Michaelson, UNSW.

Hedley Bull Lecture Theatre 2 (Building 130, Located in
<http://campusmap.anu.edu.au/displaymap.asp?grid=cd32> map CD32 at grid
reference D2)

Friday 16 October, 10-11am


Confronting reality: responding to war criminals living in Australia

Fergus Hanson, Research Fellow, Lowy Institute and Deputy Editor, The


Fergus Hanson has a Masters in International Law from the University of
Sydney. His published thesis focused on regional stability in the Pacific.
He worked for the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) from 2004
to 2007. From 2005 to 2007 he served at the Australian Embassy in The Hague
where he was responsible for Australia's relations with five international
legal organisations and domestic political issues. Prior to joining DFAT he
was a fellow at Cambridge University's Lauterpacht Research Centre for
International Law. Fergus has also studied at Uppsala and Fribourg
universities. Fergus is the Director of the annual Lowy Poll.




The Future of the UN Security Council's Al-Qaeda and Taliban Sanctions

Christopher Michaelsen, Research Fellow, Gilbert & Tobin Centre of Public


Christopher Michaelsen is a Research Fellow at the UNSW Law Faculty. He
teaches and specialises in human rights, public international law and
international security. Before joining UNSW, he served as a Human Rights
Officer (Anti-Terrorism) at the Office for Democratic Institutions and Human
Rights (ODIHR) of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe
(OSCE) in Warsaw, Poland. He has previously worked for the United Nations
Department for Disarmament Affairs in New York City, and as a doctoral
scholar at the ANU's Strategic & Defence Studies Centre. He has also served
as a consultant for the Asian Law Group in Semarang, Indonesia, and for the
Center for Global Counter-Terrorism Cooperation in New York City. Chris is
the convenor of the Law Faculty's International Law & Policy Group, a member
of the Gilbert & Tobin Centre of Public Law, and an associate of the
Australian Human Rights Centre.

No rsvp necessary - enquiries to susan.harris-rimmer at anu.edu.au


Dr Susan Harris Rimmer
Building Democracy and Justice After Conflict
Centre for International Governance and Justice
Regulatory Institutions Network
College of Asia and the Pacific, RSPAS
The Australian National University
Canberra ACT 0200
Phone: +61 2 612 56768
Fax: +61 2 612 51507
M: 0406 376 809


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