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Publications by Emma Palmer

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Thesis:
• E. Palmer (2017), "International Criminal Law in Southeast Asia: Beyond the International Criminal Court", available online at http://www.unsworks.unsw.edu.au/primo_library/libweb/action/dlDisplay.do?.

Books:
• S. Williams, H. Woolaver and E. Palmer (2018, forthcoming), “The Amicus Curiae in International Criminal Law” (Hart Publishing, accepted September 2016).

Articles and Book Chapters:
• H. Woolaver and E. Palmer, (2017, advance access), “Challenges to the Independence of the International Criminal Court from the Assembly of States Parties” Journal of International Criminal Justice.
• E. Palmer and C. Sperfeldt, (2016), "International Criminal Justice and Southeast Asia: Approaches Toward Ending Impunity for Mass Atrocities", 126 AsiaPacific Issues, available online at http://www.eastwestcenter.org/node/35802.
• E. Palmer and S. Williams, (2017), "A “shift in attitude”? Institutional Change and Sexual and Gender-Based Crimes at the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia", 19(1) International Journal of Feminist Politics 22-38, available online at http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/14616742.2017.1283247.
• S. Williams and E. Palmer, (2016), “Civil Society and Amicus Curiae Interventions in the International Criminal Court”, Acta Juridica 40-65.
• S. Williams and E. Palmer, E. (2017, forthcoming), “The Changing Role of Civil Society Influence in the International Criminal Court”, in Law, Accountability and the Legitimacy of Punishment: A liber amicorum for Ralph Henham.
• E. Palmer, (2016), "The Challenges and Opportunities for International Criminal Justice: An Interview with US Ambassador-at-Large for War Crimes, Stephen Rapp", 25(1) Human Rights Defender 34-36.
• S. Williams and E. Palmer, (2016), “Transformative Reparations for Women and Girls at the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia”, 10(2) International Journal of Transitional Justice 311-331.
• E. Palmer, (2015), “Localizing International Criminal Accountability in Cambodia”, 16(1) International Relations of the Asia-Pacific 97-135, http://irap.oxfordjournals.org/content/16/1/97.
• S. Williams and E. Palmer, (2015), “The Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia: Developing the law on sexual violence?” 15(3) International Criminal Law Review 452-484, http://booksandjournals.brillonline.com/content/journals/10.1163/1571812....
• E. Waller, E. Palmer and L. Chappell, (2014) “Strengthening Gender Justice Through the Rome Statute” 68(3) Australian Journal of International Affairs 356, http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/10357718.2014.901295#.VdKuDvk....
• E. Palmer and S. Williams, (2013) “Australia and the Security Council: A Quixotic Quest for Justice?” 22(1) Human Rights Defender 5-8.

Reports and Blogs:
• S. Williams and E. Palmer (2016) "Global focus: Will President Duterte face court for his bloody war on drugs?" 28 LSJ: Law Society of NSW Journal 22-23, available at http://www.law.unsw.edu.au/news/2016/11/will-president-duterte-face-cour....
• C. Sperfeldt and E. Palmer, (2016), “(Not) All Roads Lead to Rome: Ending Impunity for International Crimes in Southeast Asia”, 66 FICHL Policy Brief Series, available online at http://www.legal-tools.org/en/doc/b31325/.
• E. Palmer and S. Williams, (2015), "Will the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia Successfully Prosecute Sexual Violence?", Right Now, 21 July, available at http://rightnow.org.au/writing-cat/article/will-the-extraordinary-chambe....
• E. Palmer, S. Williams, S. and H. Woolaver, “The Amicus Curiae in International Criminal Justice” (Workshop Report), Executive Summary available at http://www.ahrcentre.org/topics/civil-society-and-international-criminal....
• E. Palmer, S. Williams and H. Woolaver, (2015), “Civil Society and International Criminal Justice in Africa” (Workshop Report), Executive Summary available at http://www.ahrcentre.org/sites/ahrcentre.org/files/Civil%20Society%20and....
• M. Hyde, E. Palmer and S. Williams, (2015), “Transformative Reparations for Sexual and Gender-Based Violence at the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia: Reflections, Recommendations and Next Steps” (Workshop Report), available at http://www.ahrcentre.org/sites/ahrcentre.org/files/mdocs/ECCC%20Report%2....

Conference papers:
• “The International Criminal Court: a shift toward the Asia Pacific?”, International Criminal Law Workshop, Melbourne University, September 2017.
• “Film and the Khmer Rouge Tribunal: Proof and Prevention”, International Association of Genocide Scholars, University of Queensland, July 2017.
• “Forced Transfers in Cambodia at the ECCC and ICC”, ECCC Roundtable, UNSW Australia, October 2016.
• "Constructing International Criminal Justice across Time and Space", Fourth Annual International Criminal Law Workshop: “The Politics of International Criminal Law”, University of Western Australia, September 2016.
• "Strangulation or Support? The Assembly of States Parties and the Independence of the International Criminal Court", with H. Woolaver, ANZSIL Annual Conference, Australian National University, July 2016.
• “Film and the Khmer Rouge Tribunal”, with S. Williams, Cinematic Histories: International (Criminal) Law and Film Workshop, University of Melbourne, November 2015.
• "International Criminal Law in Cambodia and Indonesia: How Civil Society Mediates Change", ANZSIL Annual Conference Post-Graduate Workshop, University of Wellington, July 2015.
• “The Changing Role of Non-State Influence at the International Criminal Court”, with S. Williams, ANZSIL Annual Conference, University of Wellington, July 2015.
• “A ‘shift in attitude’?: Institutional Change and Sexual and Gender-Based Crimes at the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia”, with S. Williams, International Journal of Feminist Politics Conference, Brisbane, June 2015.
• “Case studies: reports from South Africa and Cambodia”, with A. Durbach, Roundtable on Transformative Reparations for Sexual Violence Crimes in Conflict Settings: Building New Conceptual Frameworks, Sydney, May 2015.
• “Local Agents of International Criminal Law in Cambodia and Indonesia: How Civil Society Mediates Change”, International Studies Association Annual Convention, New Orleans, February 2015.
• “Amicus Curiae Interventions in the International Criminal Court”, with S. Williams, Civil Society and International Criminal Justice Workshop, University of Cape Town, February 2015.
• “Introducing Transformative Reparations”, with S. Williams, Transformative Reparations for Sexual and Gender-Based Violence at the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia, Phnom Penh, November 2014.
• “Localising International Criminal Law in Cambodia”, International Criminal Law Workshop, University of New South Wales, September 2014.
• “Localizing International Criminal Accountability in Southeast Asia”, Asia-Pacific Rim Universities Doctoral Students Conference, University of Indonesia, Jakarta, August 2014.
• “The Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia: A Missed Opportunity for Victims of Sexual Violence”, with S. Williams, Oceanic Conference on International Studies, University of Melbourne, July 2014.
• “International criminal law in South East Asia: Beyond the International Criminal Court”, International Criminal Law Workshop, University of Melbourne, September 2013.
• “The Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia: A Wasted Opportunity for Victims of Sexual and Gender-Based Violence”, with S. Williams, ANZSIL Annual Conference, Australian National University, July 2013.

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