EDITORIAL: Edition 32

EDITORIAL: Edition 32

WELCOME to our 32nd edition of ANZSIL Perspective with excellent perspectives on Authors’ Rights as Human Rights, Defending Crimes of Aggression and how this was discussed at the International Bar Association Conference in Miami, an important decision in the New...
Authors’ Rights as Human Rights

Authors’ Rights as Human Rights

A  September 2022 decision of the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR), Safarov v Azerbaijan, reminds us that failing to protect authors’ rights is not just an economic issue. It can be a breach of human rights.  The ECtHR case is not an isolated...
Defending Crimes of Aggression in Miami

Defending Crimes of Aggression in Miami

At the International Bar Association (IBA) Conference last month in Miami, much talk was on Russian responsibility for aggression and atrocities in Ukraine. It began with opening remarks from Ukraine’s President Zelensky that “lawyers will ensure that all those guilty...
EDITORIAL: Edition 31

EDITORIAL: Edition 31

WELCOME to our 31st edition of ANZSIL Perspective with an excellent perspective by Simon Levett on The Shifting Protections of War Correspondents under International Law, a spotlight on H.E. Judge Antonio Augusto Cançado Trindade and two book reviews Since Edition 30,...