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Law

Human Rights Law Resources

 

Type Name and link
United Nations Bodies

United Nations Human Rights Council

International Court of Justice

Human Rights Timeline and research guide

UNBISNET -United Nations Bibliographic Information System

Regional Organisations Council of Europe - European Court of Human Rights
Commonwealth Government Commonwealth Parliamentary Proceedings (Hansard)
New South Wales Government

Legal Aid NSW Human Rights Committee

Parliament of NSW Hansard Proceedings

Independent Statutory Organisations

Australian Human Rights Commission

Civil Society Organisations

AidWatch an independent membership-based watchdog on aid, trade and debt, working with communities in the Global south

Human Rights Law Library - Austlii

Human Rights Council of Australia

Human Rights Law Centre

Public Interest Advocacy Centre

NSW Young Lawyers Human Rights Committee - The Law Society of NSW

Australian Human Rights Centre - University of NSW

Center for Global Development

European Union resources EUR-Lex - European Union law and related documents

 

European Union Resources

EUR-Lex - European Union law and related resources

Finding Law Reform Commission Reports

Law Reform Commissions conduct inquiries into different areas of law with the purpose of improving the legal system and justice mechanisms. Recommendations made by Law Reform Commissions are often implemented by Government, so the documents they produce can be valuable sources of information regarding legislative change.

The AustLII Law Reform Library is a good starting point when searching for Law Reform materials.


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