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In the modern world, the constitutions of nation states have come to be seen as the key guarantors of human rights. During the nineteenth and twentieth centuries the national constitution became the basis of the political order in most countries around the world. The extent to which the constitution provides effective protection for the rights of citizens has thus become a major determinant of the political life of nations, including the nations of the Asia-Pacific region. (First paragraph of introduction). The Australasian Association for Digital Humanities was formed in March 2011 to strengthen the digital humanities research community in the region and to work with other international associations within the field. The professional association acts to support and extend links between digital humanities researchers, improve professional development opportunities and provide international leverage for local projects and initiatives, and is a member of the international Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations (ADHO).

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Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 14 of 14
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East Timor: The challenges of drafting a constitution

Author(s)Soares, Dionisio
TypeConference paper
Date Published2003
Date Created2001
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The Australian Constitution and human rights: a centenary view

Author(s)Williams, George
TypeConference paper
Date Published2001
Date Created2001
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Recognising a reinvented constitution

Author(s)Ramanathan, Usha
Type-
Date Published2001
Date Created2001
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The search for order: constitutions and human rights in Thai political history

Author(s)Thanet, Aphornsuvan
TypeConference paper
Date Published2001
Date Created2001
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Constitutional amendments, a brief note on Indonesia's case.

Author(s)Tobing, Jakob
TypeConference paper
Date Published2001
Date Created2001
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Indigenous rights and the Australian Constitution - a litmus test for democracy

Author(s)Behrendt, Larissa
TypeConference paper
Date Published2001
Date Created2001
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Constitutional politics in contemporary Japan

Author(s)Sugita, Atsushi
TypeConference paper
Date Published2001
Date Created2001
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Ethnic minority citizenship and the Japanese Constitution

Author(s)Kang, Sangjung
TypeConference paper
Date Published2001
Date Created2001
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Ethnic Chinese in Indonesia: would it be better?

Author(s)Winarta, Frans Hendra
TypeConference paper
Date Published2001
Date Created2001
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Democratization in Korea and its influence on the Constitution

Author(s)Park, Won-Soon
TypeConference paper
Date Published2001
Date Created2001

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