Kate Ogg

ANU College of Law

Canberra, Australian Capital Territory 0200

Australia

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

6

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Scholarly Papers (6)

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New Directions in Article 1D Jurisprudence: Greater Barriers for Palestinian Refugees Seeking the Benefits of the Refugee Convention

Satvinder Singh Juss (ed), Research Handbook on International Refugee Law (Edward Elgar, Forthcoming), ANU College of Law Research Paper No. 19.3
Number of pages: 16 Posted: 28 Feb 2019
Kate Ogg
ANU College of Law
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Refugees, Convention relating to the Status of Refugees, Palestine

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A Sometimes Dangerous Convergence: Refugee Law, Human Rights Law and the Meaning of 'Effective Protection'

Macquarie Law Journal vol 13., RegNet Research Paper No. 2015/77
Number of pages: 25 Posted: 19 Jun 2015
Kate Ogg
ANU College of Law
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Refugees, asylum seekers, refugee law, human rights law, effective protection.

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A Feminist (Legal) Analysis of the Interface between Refugee Law and the Mandates of Truth and Reconciliation Commissions

Current Issues in Transitional Justice, RegNet Research Paper No. 2015/60
Number of pages: 27 Posted: 22 Jan 2015
Kate Ogg and Natalia Szablewska
ANU College of Law and Southern Cross University
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Refugee law, forced displacement, feminist theory, truth and reconciliation commissions, TRCs mandates, transitional justice

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Destination Australia: Journeys of the Moribund

ANU College of Law Research Paper No. 19.18
Number of pages: 19 Posted: 08 Aug 2019
Kate Ogg
ANU College of Law
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Refugees, Australia, Offshore detention, Transfer to Australia on medical grounds

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'Are We There Yet?': Measuring Human Rights Sensibilities

(2014) 20(1) Australian Journal of Human Rights, 67-97, ANU College of Law Research Paper No. 15–13
Posted: 30 Jan 2015
Simon Rice, Denise Meyerson and Kate Ogg
Professor of Law, The University of Sydney Law School, University of Sydney, NSW, Australia – Australian Discrimination Law Experts Group, Macquarie Law School and ANU College of Law

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Human rights legislation; impact indicators

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COVID-19 BORDER CLOSURES: A VIOLATION OF NON-REFOULEMENT OBLIGATIONS IN INTERNATIONAL REFUGEE AND HUMAN RIGHTS LAW?

Australian Yearbook of International Law (forthcoming)
Number of pages: 11
Kate Ogg and Chanelle Taoi
ANU College of Law and UNHCR
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COVID-19 border closures, international refugee law, international human rights law, non-refoulement obligations