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University of Otago
Te Whare Wananga o Otago

33rd Foreign Policy School 1998

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Universal Human Rights?

3-6 July 1998

Marking the 50th Anniversary of the signing of the
Universal Declaration of Human Rights


Themes include:

Development of the concept of human rights

Protection and monitoring of human rights

Human rights in a post-cold war world

Human rights in the Asia-Pacific region


Speakers include:

Prof. Christopher Brown, University of Southampton

Rowan Callick, Australian Financial Review

Nina Graeger, Peace Research Institute, Oslo

Paul Hunt, Waikato University

Dato' Hishammuddin Tun Hussein, Deputy Minister of Primary Industries, Malaysia

Prof. Jim McCormick, Iowa State University

Prof. Vitit Muntarbhorn, Chulalongkorn University

Dr. Fasil Nahum, Special Advisor to the Prime Minister, Ethiopia

Sir Paul Reeves, NZ Asia Institute, University of Auckland

Dr. Paul Roth, University of Otago

Demelza Stubbings, Amnesty International, London


Dr. Robert Patman, Political Studies Department, University of Otago
Opening Address:
Hon. Simon Upton, MP, Minister of State Services, Minister for the Environment, Minister of Cultural Affairs, Minister for Crown Research Institutes, Associate Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade

School Fee:

Before 31 May 1998 $235 includes copy of Proceedings
After 31 May $260 includes copy of Proceedings
Students $75 Proceedings not included
Accommodation and meals
Salmond Hall


Salmond Hall, 19 Knox Street, Dunedin


Dates and Times:
Registration for the School will take place in the foyer of Salmond Hall from 6.00 pm to 7.15 pm on Friday 3 July: a light buffet meal will be served.

The opening session will commence at 7.30pm.

The School will close at approximately 12 noon on Monday 6 July.

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