2009 NZLJ 73
 

International Commission of Jurists

 
 

"International Commission of Jurists, Report of the Eminent Jurists Panel on Terrorism, Counter-terrorism and Human Rights.

The Eminent Jurists Panel on Terrorism, Counter-terrorism and Human Rights is a panel of eight distinguished judges, lawyers and academics from around the world which was commissioned by the International Commission of Jurists to report on the global impact of terrorism on human rights."

Myra Williamson

 
2009 NZLJ 101
 

UN Human Rights Council – NZ's Periodic Reports

 
 

"In May 2009, New Zealand is scheduled to provide its first report to the UN Human Rights Council. A 27-page draft report dated 16 February 2009 is currently available from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade website. The report is divided into four sections: Methodology and consultation process; background of country".

Myra Williamson

   
   
 

Issue 2, 2010
 

Staff Reflections on Professional
Development.

 
 
"The reality was that I had some sort of an epiphany, that is, I realised that the way I was teaching was probably adequate but I can do a lot of things differently and probably achieve better learning outcomes for my students."

Myra Williamson

   
   
 

 

List of papers that I have experience teaching at universities:

>Constitutional Law
>Corporate Entities
>Introduction to Law
>Legal Systems and Societies
>Legal Terminology in English
>Public Law
>Terrorism and International Law
>Grade 10 Modern World History
>Grade 9 History (IGSCE)
>Grade 8 Humanities (MYP)
>Grade 6 English

   
 
 

Academic freedom
By Albert Einstein:

"By academic freedom I understand the right to search for truth and to publish and teach what one holds to be true. This right implies also a duty: one must not conceal any part of what one has recognized to be true. It is evident that any restriction"

 

 
  • Williamson, M. "Geographical Indications, Biodiversity and Traditional Knowledge: obligations and opportunities for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia" 26 (1) Arab Law Quarterly (2012), (Refereed Journal Article)

  • Williamson, M. "Seeing the World Whole - Essays in Honour of Sir Kenneth Keith" Waikato Law Review (2011), (Refereed Journal Article)

  • Williamson, M. “Using Reflective Journals in the Law PYP Program: objectives and outcomes” Staff Seminar (2011), Prince Sultan University

  • Williamson, M.  “UN Human Rights Council - New Zealand's Periodic Report" New Zealand Law Journal (2009) (Refereed Journal Article)

  • Williamson, M. International Committion of Jurists - Report of the eminent jurists panel on terrorism, counter-terrorism and human rights" New Zealand Law Journal  (2009) (Refereed Journal Article)

  • Williamson, M, Daly, N, Banks, J, Koslow, T, McLeay, C, Weston, R, Hume, A, Fitzpatrick, M. (2009). Staff reflections on professional development. TDU Talk - Professional Development. v2, University of Waikato, School of Law, pp.12-14.

  • Williamson, M. "Terrorism, War and International Law: The legality of the use of force against Afghanistan in 2001" (2009) Ashgate Publishing, Aldershot, UK (Book)

  • Williamson, M. “The Role of Women in Nation-building: rocking the boat at the risk of making it capsize?” 5th International Conference on Human Rights, Qom, Iran (2009) (Conference Paper)

  • Williamson, M. Finishing a PhD: some random thoughts based on personal experience" University of Waikato, (2007) (Oral Presentation)

  • Williamson, M. “Terrorism, War and International Law: the legality of the use of force against Afghanistan in 2001"  (2007) (Doctoral Thesis)

  • Williamson, M. “The Meaning of Terrorism: An Analysis of Developments from Cicero, St Augustine and the Pirate to the United Nations Draft Convention" Cortona Colloquium (2007) (Conference - Full Paper)

  • Williamson, M. “The Meaning of Terrorism: An Analysis of Developments from Cicero, St Augustine and the Pirate to the United Nations Draft Convention" (2007) III Jura Gentium

  • Williamson, M. "Security in the 21st Century by Alex Conte" Journal of Conflict and Security Law (2006) (Refereed Journal Article)

  • Williamson, M. "Islamic Headscarves and female circumcision: unveiling the 'threat' posed by Islam to human rights" New Zealand Post-Graduate Law e-Journal (2005) (Non-refereed Journal Article)

  • Williamson, M. "The Use of Military Force Against Afghanistan in 2001: reprisal, riposte, self-defence or none of the above?" (2004) Australia and New Zealand Society of International Law Annual Conference, Post-Graduate Student Workshop, Canberra, Australia (Conference Paper)

  • Williamson, M. “The Use of Multilateral Comprehensive Economic Sanctions Against Iraq: potential breaches of United Nations’ covenants on human rights” (2000) (Master of Laws thesis)

  • Williamson, M. “The Use of Economic sanctions as a Means of International Dispute Resolution” (2000) (Master of Laws dissertation)

  • Williamson, M. “Water as a Source of Conflict in the Jordan  River Basin”  (2000) (Master of Laws dissertation)

  • Williamson, M. “The Insurer's Duty of Disclosure: A Duty to Warn Insureds?" (1996) LLB Honours dissertation
 
 
"With the threatened military escalation into Afghanistan by the Obama administration, this book (by Williamson, M) is required reading for all concerned government officials, international civil servants, foreign affairs and defense experts, professors of international law and politics, and citizens of the NATO states who want to stop and then reverse this war of aggression."

By Francis A. Boyle, University of Illinois, Champaign, USA
     
                         
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