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New Zealand’s Anti-Terrorism Measures - Lecture

Fulbright New Zealand
&
Victoria University of Wellington/NZ Centre for Public Law

present a lecture by

John Smith
2003 Ian Axford Fellow in Public Policy

entitled

New Zealand’s Anti-Terrorism Measures: Balancing Civil Liberties, National Security and International Efforts

6.00pm – 7.15pm
Thursday 20 November 2003

Lecture Theatre 2
Old Government Buildings
Victoria University of Wellington

John Smith, an attorney with the US Department of Justice specialising in anti-terrorism measures and an Ian Axford (New Zealand) Fellow, will discuss his project tracing the evolution of New Zealand’s anti-terrorism and emergencies laws through to the present and their similarities and differences with various other systems throughout the world. He will also discuss the role of the UN in the counter-terrorism process and the potential effect on civil liberties of the New Zealand laws.


There is no charge for this lecture
Registrations of interest please contact:
Renee Tibbs, Centre for Public Law
Tel: 04 463 6327 or e-mail: renee.tibbs@vuw.ac.nz

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