APCML WELCOMES DR KATE GRADY’S CONTRIBUTION AS A VISITING SCHOLAR

Dr Kate Grady, a Lecturer in Law at SOAS, University of London, has been a visiting scholar at the Asia Pacific Centre for Military Law. Kate’s research interests lie predominantly in criminal law, international criminal law, military law, and peace and security. At the Centre, Kate has been working on a research project on the […]

THE ASIA PACIFIC MILITARY JUSTICE WORKSHOP 2016

NUS Law and the Melbourne Law School set up a joint research grant to facilitate research cooperation between the two law schools. This research grant is an opportunity to build on existing research collaborations by setting up stronger ties between the institutions – thus furthering high-quality research cooperation in the region. This year, the collaboration […]

“DDR THEORY & PRACTICE” BY IISA SENIOR ADVISOR DESMOND MOLLOY

DDR has been widely advocated for decades as an essential component of post-conflict peacebuilding. But DDR in practice has generated more questions than answers. Does it work, contributing to post-conflict stabilization and the reintegration of former combatants? Can it work better? What constitutes success? What accounts for failure? Do potential risks outweigh the potential benefits? […]

FRANCIS LIEBER PRIZE 2017: CALL FOR NOMINATIONS

The American Society of International Law’s Lieber Society on the Law of Armed Conflict awards the Francis Lieber Prize to the authors of publications that the judges consider to be outstanding in the field of law and armed conflict. Both monographs and articles (including chapters in books of essays) are eligible for consideration — the […]

CONTRANSNET WEBSITE NOW LIVE!

The Constitution Transformation Network (ConTransNet) launched its website today: http://law.unimelb.edu.au/constitutional-transformations ConTransNet brings together researchers, practitioners and organisations interested in the phenomenon of constitutional transformation. Constitutional transformation encompasses both the practical phenomenon of constitutional change and conceptual changes in how we understand the very idea of a Constitution itself. The Melbourne Network comprises a core group of scholars […]