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Lessons from Cambodia: Towards a Victims-Oriented Approach to Contextual Transitional Justice (Abstract Only) The Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (ECCC) is the primary mechanism of transitional justice for the Khmer Rouge regime. The ECCC is, truly, extraordinary; however, the tribunal and the outside world are ...
Rights of Indigenous peoples: The Sioux tribe's opposition to the Dakota Access Pipeline: Standing Rock VI Dr Stephen Young examines two 2020 judgments in the ongoing dispute about the Dakota Access Pipeline brought by Sioux Indigenous peoples. These judgments deal with whether the pipeline can be used while required environmental ...
Ngā ture o ngā iwi taketake/Wishes are not laws: McGirt v Oklahoma – one of the most important US Supreme Court cases of all time? Stephen Young discusses the United States Supreme Court case of McGirt v Oklahoma, where the State of Oklahoma was found not to have jurisdiction to convict Jimcy McGirt for crimes committed on a Creek Reservation.
The concept of dignity is increasingly recognised in Aotearoa New Zealand case law and legislation as an important value. Indeed, it has the potential to become a foundational interpretive value within our legal system. ...
Modification of stainless steel by grafting of poly(ethylene glycol) copolymers for reduction in protein adsorption and bacterial adhesion Biofouling, also known as the unwanted attachment of protein, bacteria, and macro-organisms on materials surfaces, has resulted in large economic and ecological consequences in aqueous and marine environments. Biofouling ...