- Dorothea Anthony
LLB (Hons I) UTS; GDipSci USyd; BA USyd
Dorothea Anthony is currently studying a PhD in international human rights law.
Dorothea has previously worked for the NSW Ombudsman and LawAccess NSW. She has also undertaken an internship at the Australian Law Reform Commission, and performed research for the Refugee Council of Australia and Legal Aid NSW.
Dorothea has lectured in international law at UNSW Sydney.
The Human Rights Principle of Indivisibility and Its Ideological Significance in the Contemporary Age
The dissertation examines the fundamental human rights principle of indivisibility and its ideological significance in the post-Cold War age, especially since the 1993 World Conference on Human Rights. It looks at how indivisibility has been influenced by the new predominance of the West in international law, and whether contemporary discourse on indivisibility essentially gives primacy to liberal values and rights, despite indivisibility’s promise of political neutrality and equality of rights.
Andrew Byrnes and Ben Golder
- Law in the Global Context (LAWS2270)