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Castan centre for human rights law the official blog menu home about categories australian law what does human rights law say about gun control posts on this blog represent the views of the individual authors and not castan centre policy comments are welcome, but inflammatory, offensive or irrelevant comments will be removed. Castan centre for human rights law monash university submission to the reforms to the native title act 1993 (cth) options paper prepared by dr katie o’bryan, lecturer, faculty of law, monash university. Human rights law essays the selection of human rights law essays below have been submitted to us by students in order to help you with your studies please remember to reference lawteachernet if you wish to cite any of these essays in your own work.
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2006 castan centre human rights essay competition castan centre congratulates essay competition winners click on the links to read the winning students' essays. The castan centre for human rights law is a research centre located within the monash university law faculty in victoria, australia it was established in 2000 to meet the need for, and interest in, the study of human rights law globally, regionally and in australia.
Castan, melissa and gerber, paula, human rights landscape in australia (september 16, 2013) contemporary perspectives on human rights law in australia, paula gerber and melissa castan (eds) 2013 thomson reuters.
Dr melissa castan is an associate professor, and the director of equity and social inclusion, as well as a deputy director in the castan centre for human rights law her teaching and research interests are australian public law, constitutional law, indigenous legal issues and legal education.