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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
Jan-2009Challenging Conventions: In Pursuit of Greater Legislative Compliance with CEDAW in the PacificJivan, VR; Forster, C
2014Contemporary Stolen Generations: Human Rights Breaches Against Canadian First Nation's Children ChallengedLibesman, T; Sagade, J; Jivan, V; Forster, C
2014Fair Go for Fair Work? Gender, the Right to Request Flexible Work Arrangements and the Paid Parental Leave SchemeJivan, VR; Forster, C; Sagade, J; Jivan, V; Forster, C
2014Gender, Intimate Partner Violence, and the Growing Recognition of Differences: A Useful Tool for Law?Wangmann, JM; Sagade, J; Jivan, V; Forster, C
Jan-2007Making the Unaccountable Accountable: Using Tort to Achieve Corporate Compliance with Human Rights NormsJivan, VR; Forster, C
Jan-2005Opportunity Lost: In Search of Justice for Victims of Sexual AssaultForster, C; Jivan, VR
2005Opportunity Lost: In Search of Justice for Victims of Sexual AssaultForster, C; Jivan, V
2014Regulation of the Sex Industry: Assumptions of Offence, Awareness and Impacts on Safety and AmenityCrofts, P; Prior, J; Sagade, J; Jivan, V; Forster, C
Jan-2011Reworking Sex: Prostitution in the Pacific and the Position for Law ReformJivan, VR; Forster, C; Dalla, RL; Baker, LM; Williamson, C
Jan-2007Translating CEDAW into LawJivan, VR; Forster, C
Jan-2008Translating CEDAW into Law: Cedaw Legislative Compliance in the Cook IslandsJivan, VR; Forster, C
2005What would Gandhi say? Reconciling Universalism, Cultural Relativism and Feminism through Women's Use of CEDAWJivan, V; Forster, C
Jan-2005What would Gandhi say? Reconciling Universalism, Cultural Relativism and Feminism through Women's Use of CEDAWJivan, VR; Forster, C