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Gwynn Mac Carrick

Gwynn MacCarrick is a Human Rights lawyer based in Hobart. She has appeared as Defence counsel before the UN Special Panel for Serious Crimes in East Timor, has worked with the Office of the Prosecutor at the UN Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia, and in between her domestic criminal practice has taken up various postings with the UN High Commission for Refugees. Gwynn is undertaking a doctorate in international criminal law at the University of Tasmania Law School.


The ‘business of beneficence’
August 2006 Feature - 29/08/2006 - 7 comments
Lessons from the Milosevic trial
Law & Liberties - 26/04/2006 - 3 comments
Vanstone is dismantling the right to a fair trial for Aboriginal people
Indigenous Affairs - 20/05/2004
Let's not confuse the education of values with the value of education
Education - 7/05/2004
History demands that General Wiranto be tried for war crimes
International - 1/03/2004
Political killjoys smother hope, idealism and a vibrant democracy
August 2003 Feature - 22/08/2003
Social cohesion must be guarded against divisive political rhetoric
June 2003 Feature - 2/06/2003
(Lack of) leadership and the future for the Australian Labor Party
Domestic Politics - 1/05/2003
Major suspects escape justice while small fish fry in East Timor
International - 31/01/2003
An open letter to those Left
Domestic Politics - 25/09/2002
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