Issue 4 volume 2 of The International Advocate is now available for download here!
What's So Special About Chemical Weapons by Hitoshi Nasu
Women, Peace and Security: the Theme of Australia's Security Council Presidency by Hilary Charlesworth and Susan Harris Rimmer
How the 'No Advantage' Principle Violates International Law by Sam Osborne
Grappling with my Thesis: the Use of Torture in the War on Terror by Cynthia Banham
Neutrality: How Red Cross Workers Protect Themselves in the Most Dangerous Areas on the Planet by Heath McCallum
Summer Intern Profile: Attorney-General's Department by Maia Cairns
Want to get involved in something at uni, but not sure what? The ILS is looking for enthusiastic committee members to join our team in 2014.
Honestly, it's up to you. Some committee members come to our meeting each week and help out throughout the year. Other committee members pick a portfolio they're interested in and help out on the day. We simply ask that you let us know how much time you'd like to give so we can plan accordingly.
None! Our door is open to everyone, regardless of whether you've run your own society or business, or never joined a club. We believe everyone brings to the table a set of unique skills, and that's what we're looking for - your skills.
No, the ILS is a volunteer organisation. You do, however, get to make a bunch new friends, come along to the parties and dinners we have as a group, list your work on your CV and talk about that time you worked in a team at your future job interview.
The best way is to get in touch. You do not need to be elected, just talk to us and turn up!
We look forward to having you on our team.
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