Adam Hughes Henry is an Honorary Lecturer Visiting Fellow, School of Culture, History and Language, Australian National University, Canberra. He is also a Visiting Fellow, Centre for Creative and Cultural Research, at the University of Canberra. He has tutored at the ANU and lectured at the University of Canberra. Since 2013 he has convened units in the BA International Studies and Masters of International Development, Faculty of Arts and Design. In 2016 he was a nominee for the Vice Chancellor’s Award in Teaching Excellence (Sessional), at the University of Canberra. He is the author of two books, Independent Nation - Australia, the British Empire and the Origins of Australian-Indonesian Relations, published by Charles Darwin University Press (2010) and The Gatekeepers of Australian Foreign Policy 1950–1966, Australian Scholarly Publishing (2015).
His research interests include Australian and international political and diplomatic history, British Empire (Anglo-Australian relations, Imperialism) Australian British and American responses to communism and Cold War, Human rights, ethics, media, propaganda, ideology, nationalism, genocide etc. At the Human Rights Consortium (HRC), School of Advanced Studies (SOAS) he will be working on his project BLIND SPOT? The pilot project can be viewed here http://fransciscoau.wixsite.com/theahhpages
Professor at the Postgraduate Programme in Law at Universidade Católica de Santos
Liliana Lyra Jubilut holds a PhD and a Master in International Law from the Universidade de São Paulo and an LL.M. in International Legal Studies from New York University School of Law. She was a Visiting Scholar at Columbia Law School and is a Professor at the Postgraduate Programme in Law at Universidade Católica de Santos where she teaches Human Rights, Humanitarian Law, Refugee Law and International Law, and was the coordinator of the Sergio Vieira de Mello Chair in partnership with UNHCR. She has been working for over 16 years with the topic of refugees, mainly in Brazil and Latin America. She was a Lawyer at the Refugee Center of Cáritas Arquidiocesana de São Paulo (Brazil) in partnership with UNHCR and the Brazilian National Committee for Refugees (CONARE), and a consultant for UNHCR-Brazil. She coordinated a national research on migrants’ access to rights and services in Brazil for the Ministry of Justice’s “Pensando o Direito” series that was published in 2015.