With the subsequent adoption of eight further resolutions, Women Peace and Security now represents a significant and well-established thematic agenda for the Council, and its relevance as an area of political practice extends well beyond the Council Chamber at United Nations Headquarters (UNHQ) in New York.
Professor Sally Wheeler OBE; The Honourable Chief Justice Helen Murrell, ACT Supreme Court; Kieran Pender; Emerita Professor Margaret Thornton FASSA FAAL; John Wilson; Prue Bindon; Emerita Professor Patricia Easteal AM
5 August 2019 - 5:00pm
The landmark report analyses data collected from the largest-ever global survey on the prevalence, nature and impact of bullying and sexual harassment in the legal profession
In the last part of volume 3 of On What Matters, Derek Parfit argues against the moral relevance of such deontological distinctions as harming versus not aiding, harming persons as a mere means versus as a side effect, and others.
Many countries have now mandated minimum representation of women on the boards of public companies. Although claims are regularly made in the popular press that increased female board representation drives greater profitability, the findings in the literature are mixed.
The respect for human rights in international law entails a basic principle for our existence in a globalised world where socio-legal, economic, cultural and physical boundaries are polarised and fluid.