Human Rights Institutions in Southeast Asia

The State
16 NOV 2018

Human Rights Institutions in Southeast Asia

This research analyses the origins, mandate and effects of Southeast Asian human rights institutions. The establishment of these institutions is puzzling giving the Southeast Asian state‘s dismal human rights record. National human rights institutions can evolve into powerful actors in their own right and influence state compliance with human rights. The project looks at the origins, mandates and various episodes of human rights struggles to characterise the state of Southeast human right framework.

Speaker(s)
Bünte, Marco

Marco Bünte is Associate Professor of Politics and International Relations at Monash University Malaysia. At the same time, ... [read more]