40 Victoria U. Wellington L. Rev. [i] (2009-2010)

handle is hein.journals/vuwlr40 and id is 1 raw text is: VICTORIA UNIVERSITY OF WELLINGTON

VOLUME 40          NUMBER 1
Foreword                                                               lain Byrne  v
Protecting Human Rights in the Pacific                               Petra Butler  vii
I   Country Reports
Papua New Guinea: Country Report on Human Rights                     Freda Talao   1
Federated States of Micronesia: Country Report on Human Rights      Tina Takashy  25
Australia: Country Report on Human Rights                         Jennifer Corrin  37
New Zealand: Country Report on Human Rights Natalie Baird, Justice Susan Glazebrook, and
Sasha Holden  57
I Reports from Regional Human Rights Mechanisms
The Experience of the Inter-American Human Rights System          Felipe Gonzdlez 103
Asia's Experience in the Quest for a Regional Human Rights Mechanism  Sou Chiam 127
Legal Pluralism, Customary Law and Human Rights in Francophone
African Countries                                            Jacques Fremont 149
The European Experience: The European Convention on Human Rights     Kevin Boyle 167
III Human Rights in the Pacific
Why do we Need a Pacific Regional Human Rights Commission?         P Jmrana Jalal 177
A Pacific Human Rights Mechanism: Specific Challenges and Requirements  Kathryn Hay 195
An Indigenous Pacific Human Rights Mechanism: Some Building Blocks Natalie Baird and
Valmaine Toki 215
Samoan Custom and Human Rights: An Indigenous View                 Unasa L F Va1 237
Implementing Human Rights in the Pacific through National Human Rights Institutions:
The Experience of Fiji     Andrew Byrnes, Andrea Durbach and Catherine Renshaw 251
Human Rights Mechanisms in Small Pacific States: Implications for Dialogue
about Regional Human Rights Mechanisms                          Joy Liddicoat 279
Human Rights and the Environment                          Justice Susan Glazebrook 293
Human Rights and the WTO: Issues for the Pacific                    Sarah Joseph 351
A Balancing Act: Modem Equality vs Traditional Nobility in Tonga  Tim Ren Salomon 369
Land as a Fundamental Right: a Cautionary Tale                        Sue Farran 387
Book Review: Human Rights in the South Pacific - Challenges and Changes
Catherine Harwood 403

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