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The Castan Centre for Human Rights Law seeks to promote and protect human rights through the generation and dissemination of public scholarship in international and domestic human rights law.
In pursuit of this mission, the Centre brings the work of human rights scholars, practitioners and advocates from a wide range of disciplines together in the Centre’s key activities of research, teaching, public education (lectures, seminars, conferences, speeches, media presentations, etc), applied research, advice work and consultancies.
The centre is named after Ron Castan AM QC (1939-1999), who was a passionate advocate for the recognition and protection of human rights and a distinguished member of the Victorian Bar.
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The Centre maintains this blog to enable frank open discussion about various human rights topics. We encourage you to comment on blog posts but retain the right to remove or modify offensive or inappropriate comments. The opinions expressed by the bloggers and commenters on this site are their own personal views and not that of the Castan Centre or Monash University. We are not responsible for the accuracy, completeness, currentness, suitability or validity of any of the information or links supplied by bloggers or commenters and will not be responsible for any losses, injuries, damages libel or litigation arising from use of information in blog posts or comments. The Castan Centre reserves the right to correct minor grammatical errors in blog posts without notice, however correction of significant errors will be noted on the relevant page.