Art and Human Rights in the Asia-Pacific: The limits of tolerance in the Twenty-First Century. (administered by ANU)

Project: Research

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The question of human rights is emerging as perhaps the most critical issue of the twenty-first century. This project aims to develop a cross-disciplinary methodology and a set of conceptual frameworks for analysing the interactions between contemporary art and global discourses on human rights in the Asia-Pacific. In the process we address the debate on university versus cultural specificity in relation to human rights issues, and we seek to place current Australian responses to human rights in the context of the dynamically changing region in which we live
Short titleArt and Human Rights in the Asia-Pacific: The limi
Effective start/end date1/01/0431/12/06


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