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Professor Carolyn Evans

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Carolyn Evans

Vice Chancellor & President
Office of the Vice Chancellor
+61 (0)7 5552 8178 (Work)
G34 2.17, Gold Coast Campus

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PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

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EVENT PARTICIPATION
Workshop
Jun 2017
Workshop on religious freedom in Europe since the Kokkinakis Case, Central European University Budapest
INTERVIEW-BROADCAST
ABC TV
15 May 2017
Digital disruption and law graduates
INTERVIEW-BROADCAST
ABC Radio
12 May 2017
Interview on blasphemy laws
EVENT PARTICIPATION
Seminars
Mar 2017
Religious Freedom and Women’s Rights: Conflicts and Convergences’, Rector’s Seminars, Exeter College Oxford
NEWS ITEM
24 Nov 2016
No Jobs for Law Graduates? They Fare Better than Most’
EVENT PARTICIPATION
Conference
Sep 2016
Religion and Dialogue between Civilisations’ at the G20 Interfaith Summit, Beijing
NEWS ITEM
7 Apr 2016
'Why Parliaments Should Decide on Same-Sex Marriage’
NEWS ITEM
25 Nov 2015
'Four Ways to Get More Women into Parliament’
EVENT PARTICIPATION
Plenary or general session
18 Sep 2013
Religion and the Rule of Law in Australian’ at the course on Religion and the Rule of Law, Hanoi
EVENT PARTICIPATION
Plenary or general session
11 Oct 2012
European and American Models on Religious Freedom: The Future of Religious Autonomy’ at a conference on Whose Model, Which Liberty?
EVENT PARTICIPATION
Symposium
5 Oct 2010
Religious Autonomy and Secular Employment Standards: Recent Developments at the European Court of Human Rights’ at 17th Annual Law and Religion Symposium, BYU, Utah
EVENT PARTICIPATION
Seminars
22 Sep 2010
Individual and Group Rights under the European Convention on Human Rights’, faculty seminar at the Maryland Law School
EVENT PARTICIPATION
Conference
7 Jun 2010
Religious Autonomy and Religious Employment’ at a conference on Law and Religion, Balliol College, Oxford
EVENT PARTICIPATION
Conference
28 Jan 2010
Religion, Law and Governance – Comparative and International Perspectives’ at a conference on Religion, Law and Governance in Southeast Asia, International Institute of Advanced Islamic Studies, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
EVENT PARTICIPATION
Conference
14 Aug 2009
Religious Schools, Discrimination Law and Bills of Rights’ at a conference on Religious and Cultural Freedom under a Bill of Rights (Research Unit for the Study of Society, Law and Religion, Canberra)
EVENT PARTICIPATION
Seminars
25 Mar 2009
Religious Freedom under the European Convention on Human Rights: Cracks in the Intellectual Architecture’ seminar to the Centre for Law and Religion Studies, (Emory Law School, Atlanta 25 March 2009; also given at Oxford University on 17 March 2009)
EVENT PARTICIPATION
Plenary or general session
22 Mar 2009
Constitutional Narratives: Foreign, International and Religious Law in Constitutional Adjudication in Australia and Malaysia’ in a Public Lecture (Emory Law School, Atlanta)
EVENT PARTICIPATION
Workshop
19 Mar 2009
'Enabling Parliamentary Rights Based Scrutiny' at an invitation only workshop on Rescuing Rights, King’s College, London
INTERVIEW-BROADCAST
Sunday Night
14 Dec 2008
67. Panel member for a discussion on religion and the proposed Australian Bill of Rights, with broadcast nationally through regional ABC stations,
INTERVIEW-BROADCAST
Sunrise
10 Sep 2008
Interviewed on charges brought against Scientologists in France
EVENT PARTICIPATION
Conference
21 Jun 2008
Women’s Consent to Discriminatory or Harmful Religious Practices’ at a conference on Freedom of Religion and Belief and Protecting Vulnerable Identities: A Global Snapshot. (Geneva, Switzerland)
EVENT PARTICIPATION
Conference
14 Feb 2008
The Uneasy and Under-theorised Relationship between Non-discrimination Laws and Religious Schools’ at the International Conference on Law, Religion and the State: South Asia and Beyond, (New Delhi)
EVENT PARTICIPATION
Conference
2 Nov 2007
Religious Controversy and Curriculum Design in State Schools: An International Human Rights Perspective’ (Hanoi, Vietnam, conference on Religion and the Rule of Law in South East Asia)
EVENT PARTICIPATION
Conference
16 Oct 2007
Australian Parliaments and Terrorism Laws: Assessing Democratic Institutions for Protecting Human Rights" at a conference on Terrorism, Human Security and Development: Human Rights Perspectives (City University of Hong Kong, China)
EVENT PARTICIPATION
Conference
21 Apr 2007
Spirited Girls who would not Know their Place’: Religious Speech Directed Against Women’s Equality’ at a conference on Extreme Speech and Democracy (University of Cambridge ; repeated at Bristol Faculty of Law)
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