Rain Liivoja featured in Voice (10 November 2014), the newspaper of the University of Melbourne, discussing ‘Chemical Aids on the Battlefield’.
Bob Mathews has been awarded the prestigious inaugural Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) – The Hague Award jointly with the Finnish Institute for the Verification of the Chemical Weapons Convention (VERIFIN). The Award has been established following the OPCW’s receipt of the 2013 Nobel Peace Prize to honour and recognise individuals and non-profit, non-governmental organisations that have … Read More
Ian Henderson presented at the 5th annual International Symposium on Security and Military Law, 25–26 September 2014, South Korea on UAVs — The ADF’s Current Involvement and Future Challenges. This Symposium is organised by the Office of the Judge Advocate General, Republic of Korea Army. This is the third consecutive year that the APCML has had representation at this prestigious … Read More
The APCML is delighted to announce that Dr Rain Liivoja has been awarded the prestigious Society in Science – Branco Weiss Fellowship by ETH Zürich (the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich) in 2014 – one of only ten scholars world-wide to receive the award. As a Branco Weiss fellow, Rain will explore the regulatory challenges that emerge from … Read More
At the 2014 ANZSIL Annual Conference, held 3-5 July 2014 in Canberra, Rain Liivoja gave a presentation titled “Occupation by remote control?” during the session on International Humanitarian Law and the Changing Nature of War, and Bob Mathews gave a presentation “Efforts to strengthen the prohibition of use of chemical and biological weapons: Australia’s contribution” during the session Arms Control … Read More
Assistant Professor Chris Jenks from the SMU Dedman School of Law has been awarded a Fulbright Scholars Grant to spend 6 months at the APCML University Node at Melbourne Law School. Read the full announcement on SMU’s website.