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Understand the strategies available to protect individuals — regardless of their gender, or status as refugees, or stateless or displaced persons — through an examination of existing laws from international perspectives. Taking into account that Malaysia has enacted various laws for the protection of children, some of which incorporate provisions of international treaties, the speaker will provide insights into the use of these international human rights standards in the domestic context. The discussion will include the following:
- In the courtroom: identify specific global and regional case law that provides the necessary precedents needed for cases on sexual exploitation, human trafficking, and the protection of vulnerable populations;
- Available resources: gain insights into the available international law resources that can be optimised for domestic use; and
- Be aware of how campaigns can be organised to inform the people we serve about the “what, where, and how”, to embrace legal empowerment for their own protection.
Dr Tanya Herring is a legal scholar who is a Senior Fellow/Researcher in the United Kingdom. She holds multiple degrees: doctorate degrees in education and management; LLM in International Criminal Law and International Human
Rights, MBA, and MSA. She is a Doctoral Candidate in International Criminal Law and International Human Rights, and has the following specialised training/certification: Children at the Heart of Human Rights Certification Program, University of Geneva; Institute of Statelessness and Inclusion, Tilburg University, the Netherlands; Advocacy Training, Association of Defence Council Practising before the International Courts and Tribunals; Arbitration, Bangor.
Dr Herring’s research proffers a framework that incorporates legal empowerment, succinct with the Palermo Convention’s national application in Southeast Asia, and global generalisable principles for domestic implementation. Her research premise suggests that human trafficking, smuggling, and multiple forms of exploitation, can be mitigated by optimising the applications of the Palermo Convention. Her areas of expertise include the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child; self-determination principles; and the International Labour Organization Forced Labour Conventions: CO29, C182, and PO29.
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