Professor Louise Chappell

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The upcoming 20th anniversary of the Rome Statute that created the International Criminal Court is an appropriate time to review its efforts to achieve justice for victims, including reparations, writes Louise Chappell.

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UNSW's new centre of innovation on human rights is taking shape as the world marks Human Rights Day on December 10.

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As Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton prepare to go head to head in their first Presidential debate, political scholars will gather at UNSW to dissect a range of topics as part of the 2016 Australian Political Studies Association annual conference.

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The legitimacy of the International Criminal Court is at risk because of its delay in delivering justice for victims of sexual and gender-related violence, new research shows.

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The International Criminal Court is falling short on promises to prosecute sexual and gender-based violence, Professor Louise Chappell will argue in a public lecture on 9 October.

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We cannot accept a world where women are considered the collateral damage of war, Foreign Minister Julie Bishop has told a symposium attended by UNSW experts.

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Australia has a role to play in strengthening the International Criminal Court's global reach, argue Louise Chappell and Andrea Durbach.