While we are still polishing the actual programme, we do not want to deny you the list of upcoming abstracts.
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A whole list will be available here shortly.
Growing up our way or your way. Reconciling tradition with Kartiya way for children in remote Aboriginal communities.
Traditional Owners and Custodians: rights and relationships to land in central west New South Wales.
Aboriginal Australians tackling alcohol: why both culture and epidemiology matter
Dilemma of Culture and Rights in Post-conflict Societies
Luis Angosto Ferrandez
Towards a Culture of Materialism in Human Rights: Arguments For Socialising Environments and Their Relation to Human Diversities
How Far, and Where, Do ‘Rights’ Get Us?
Behind the Seeds: USAID, Monsanto, Farmers’ Rights and Seed Sovereignty Contestations in Nepal.
Jim Crow in the Modern Australian State: Lynching, Aboriginal Deaths in Custody and Other Race Hate Crimes Against Aboriginal people Within Settler Colonial Society
Negotiating conflicting pathways within the state
Where Does Human Rights Consciousness Come From? Counterinsurgency, Traumatisation and Political Subjectivity in Argentina
Jayson S. Lamchek
Third World approaches to Culture and Human Rights: The Use and Non-use of Human Rights Vocabulary in Indigenous Peoples’ and undocumented Migrants’ Struggles
The Risks of Misrecognition: Transnational LGBT Rights Discourses and Activisms in the Context of Latin American Struggles
Human capital and its (self-) appreciation: risk and the unruly speculator in China-Thai borderlands.
Human beings, persons and rights
Human Rights? The Embryo, Trans-Biology and Law in the Australian Human Embryonic Stem Cell and Cloning Debate.
Humanity, Rights and Relational Understandings of Personhood.
Under western eyes. Again?
Who owns human rights?
Emotional states: human emotions and the governing state in debates on rights and shared vulnerability
Victoria M. Time
Forced marriages, bride price, levirate: Pox on Culture
‘The land is the land. The land is not negotiable.’ Opposition to mining on the Far West Coast of South Australia
What makes human, inhuman, animal, and beast?
The Cape York Welfare Reform Trial as a case study of the implementation of the Capabilities Approach to Development: A ‘culturally- sensitive’ alternative?
International Anti-Trafficking Agendas and Local Consequences in a Philippines sex tourism community