Measuring the impact of Australia’s 2013-2014 term as an elected member of the United Nations Security Council

Date & time

1–2pm Tuesday 3 September 2019

Venue

Fellows Rd Law Theatre 1

Building 6A
ANU College of Law
5 Fellows Rd
Acton
 

Speakers

Michael Bliss

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Presented by the Centre for International & Public Law with the Department of Foreign Affairs & Trade

Measuring the impact of Australia’s 2013-2014 term as an elected member of the United Nations Security Council
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At this ‘In Conversation’ event, Michael Bliss, a senior DFAT international lawyer and Visiting Fellow at the ANU College of Law, will share findings from his current research project, which seeks to assess the impact of Australia’s term on the United Nations Security Council in 2013-2014.

Speakers

  • Michael Bliss »

    Michael Bliss is a Visiting Fellow at the ANU College of Law and an Adviser for the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. His previous diplomatic appointments include: Political Coordinator for Australia on the UN Security Council (2013-2014); Minister Counsellor at the Australian Embassy in Jakarta (2008-2012); and Legal Adviser at the Australian Mission to the United Nations and Representative to the Sixth (Legal Affairs) Committee. He has also held the following DFAT appointments: Legal Adviser (International) and Assistant Secretary, International Legal Branch (2016-2017); Assistant Secretary, International Organisations Branch (2015); and Director, International Law Section (2004-2007).

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