NZ Conference papers, Issue 8 / April 2002
5th World Conference October 2002 Wellington NZ
Here under a list of the several conference papers.
They are listed In alphabatical order.
They are not available on the website anymore.
If you wish to read one of these papers, please contact the secretariat at
- David Baragwanath (32 kB) Can the Judiciary Maintain its Independence? A comment on the keynote address of Sir Stephen Sedley
- Geoffrey Care (65 kB): REPORT OF THE PRESIDENT
- Radhika Coomaraswamy ( 61 kB): FISHING IN THE STREAM OF MIGRATION: Modern Forms of Trafficking and Women's Freedom of Movement.
- Mary Crock 'YOU HAVE TO BE STRONGER THAN RAZOR WIRE'*: LEGAL ISSUES RELATING TO THE DETENTION OF REFUGEES AND ASYLUM SEEKERS
- Mary Crock - handout INTERNATIONAL LAW AND THE DETENTION OF ASYLUM SEEKERS
- Andrew Collins (36 kB): The Courts and Detention - The United Kingdom Experience
- Penelope Mathew (138 kB): Legal Issues Concerning Interception
- Tony North (822 kB): COURTS AND IMMIGRATION DETENTION: THE AUSTRALIAN EXPERIENCE "Once a jolly swagman camped by a billabong"
- Sharon Pickering (51 kB): GENDER PERSECUTION: A RESPONSE TO THE UNHCR GUIDELINES
- Stephen Reinhardt (60 kB): Judicial Independence and Asylum Law
- Philip Rudge (188 kB): Some reflections on Detention in European Asylum Policy
- Lory Rosenberg (68 kB): The Courts and Interception - The United States' Interdiction Experience
- Stephen Sedley (40 kB): Asylum : Can the Judiciary Maintain its Independence?
- Hugo Storey (154 kB): "FROM NOWHERE TO SOMEWHERE": An Evaluation of the UNHCR 2ND- Track Global Consultations on International Protection: San Remo 8-10 September 2001 Experts Roundtable on the Internal Protection/Relocation/Flight Alternative
- Last updated on .