The New Zealand Centre for Human Rights Law, Policy and Practice presents start of Working Paper Series

17 November 2012

The New Zealand Centre for Human Rights Law, Policy and Practice is pleased to present recent research series working papers;


by title


 The WTO and Human Rights Obligations: Harmonizing Trade Liberalization with Core Labour Standards, Aaron Paquette

Ending the Involvement of Children in Armed Conflict in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Manasi Kogekar

Not in New Zealand’s waters, surely? Labour and human rights abuses aboard foreign fishing vessels
Christina Stringer, Glenn Simmons and Daren Coulston

New Zealand and CEDAW: An international mechanism advancing women's rights domestically, Nathan Crombie

Searching for Dignity: Human Dignity in a Post-Apartheid South African Context, Julia Classens

Part 1A and reasonable limits prescribed by law, Lisa Fong

Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges, or, It’s the American Way: Hearsay in United States Military Commissions, Jordan Carr Peterson

Democracy, International Human Rights, and Diplomacy in Taiwan, Stephen Hoadley

by theme;

Freedom from Discrimination
Childrens Rights
Commercial Actors and Human Rights
Economic, Social and Cultural Rights
Right to a Fair Trial

and by region;

New Zealand
South China Sea Region


These can be found on the NZCHRLPP website  - New Zealand Human Rights Working Paper Series.