On 3 November, Guy Goodwin-Gill gave the keynote speech at the First Annual Conference of the Andrew and Renata Kaldor Centre for International Refugee Law at the University of New South Wales. The theme was ‘Between Principle and Pragmatism: Australia and Refugee Law, 60 Years On’, and Professor Goodwin-Gill’s speech can be found here.

The Kaldor Centre’s Director is Professor Jane McAdam (Lincoln). Her DPhil was published by Oxford University Press UP in 2007: Complementary Protection in International Refugee Law. She is the co-author, with Professor Goodwin-Gill, of The Refugee in International Law, (OUP, 3rd edn., 2007), the fourth edition of which is currently in preparation.

Continuing on a similar theme, on 24 November, Professor Goodwin-Gill helped to launch the LLM in Immigration Law at Queen Mary University of London School of Law with a lecture on, ‘The Continuing Relevance of International Refugee Law in a Globalised World’.