6 Asia-Pac. J. on Hum. Rts. & L. i (2005)

handle is hein.journals/apjur6 and id is 1 raw text is: ASIA-PACIFIC JOURNAL ON HUMAN RIGHTS AND THE LAW
VOLUME 6 ISSUES 1 & 2 2005                            ISSN 1388-1906
Globalisation, State Sovereignty and Domestic Law: The Australian
High Court rejects International Law as a Proper Influence on
Constitutional Interpretation - Ernst Willheim
The Draft Human Rights Protection Bill in Japan: Discussions stray
Off Course - Koshi Yamazaki                                   39
Freedom of Association in China: The Case of Taiwan - Kam C.
Wong                                                          49
Freedom of Religion: Koranic and Human Rights Perspectives- Niaz
A. Shah                                                       69
Concluding Statement of the I0th Annual Meeting of the Asia Pacific
Forum of National Human Rights Institutions                   89
Conclusions and Recommendations of the Sub-regional Seminar on
Minority Rights: Cultural Diversity and Development in Central Asia  96
Conclusions of the 13th Workshop on Regional Cooperation for the
Promotion and Protection of Human Rights in the Asia-Pacific Region  105
Kathmandu Dalit Declaration                                   118
Quarterly Reports of Field Offices - Asia and Pacific region, Office
of the High Commissioner for Human Rights                     135
Report of the Working Group on Arbitrary Detention: Visit to  164
Australia (Addendum)
Seoul Declaration: Seventh International Conference for National
Institutions for the Promotion and Protection of Human Rights  186
Universal Declaration of Human Rights in Cebuano              194

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