On 10 April 2018 I will give a brownbag seminar as a Kathleen Fitzpatrick Visiting Fellow of the Centre for Comparative Constitutional Studies, the University of Melbourne. The talk is based on the first chapter of the book manuscript, The Constitution of Myanmar, which is part of Hart’s Constitutions of the World series. Abstract: This timelyContinue reading “Brownbag: Charting the Future of Constitutionalism in Myanmar”
On 28 July 2016, the Laureate Research Program in International Law is hosting a roundtable on Political Islam and International Law at Melbourne Law School. The roundtable will be convened by Anne Orford, and feature two distinguished visitors: Naz Modirzadeh (Director, Harvard Law School Program on International Law and Armed Conflict) and Andrew March (PoliticalContinue reading “Roundtable on Political Islam and International Law”
Dr Melissa Crouch of UNSW Law is currently participating in a Workshop on Researching Statelessness and Citizenship in Asia and the Pacific from 27-29 January 2016. Organized by the United Nations High Commission of Refugees and the University of Melbourne, the conference brings together leading researchers and practitioners from around the world on the legal issues arising fromContinue reading “Addressing the Problem of Statelessness in Asia-Pacific”
The Asian Law Centre at the University of Melbourne has recently released its five-year report. It provides an overview of the events, seminars, research projects and publications produced from 2008-2012.
The Age recently reported on the University of Melbourne’s seed-grant funding scheme which aims to provide support for academics for capacity building projects on Myanmar. For the full article see David Scott, Building Capacity in Myanmar, The Age, 8 August 2013