International Human Rights Law Interest Group
The ANZSIL International Human Rights Law Interest Group (IHRLIG) was established in 2022. The IHRLIG aims to foster a community of human rights academics and practitioners, by holding events and developing networks to share research on the theory and practice of human rights. By providing a forum for debate and research collaboration amongst ANZSIL members and the broader international human rights law community, the IHRLIG seeks to contribute to the strengthening of systems and processes for promoting human rights. The group encourages the involvement of graduate students and early-career researchers. IGIHRL members are engaged in research areas such as:
Events and activities
The IHRLIG welcomes proposals from individuals and institutions for joint events and activities and will promote upcoming events via the Events page.
The Interim co-chairs of the IHRLIG are:
Emeritus Professor Andrew Byrnes, University of New South Wales
Professor Catherine Renshaw, Western Sydney University
Professor Petra Butler, Victoria University of Wellington- Te Herenga Waka