Rosemary Grey

Rosemary Grey

Campus: Kensington

Dr Rosemary Grey currently teaches International Criminal Law in the UNSW Faculty of Law, and directs a project for the Australian Human Rights Centre on preventing and responding to sexual misconduct in university settings. In 2015, she completed a PhD at UNSW, focussing on the prosecution of sexual and gender-based violence in the International Criminal Court. Her primary research areas are gender and international criminal law. 

Rosemary has also taught International Criminal Law &...

Dr Rosemary Grey currently teaches International Criminal Law in the UNSW Faculty of Law, and directs a project for the Australian Human Rights Centre on preventing and responding to sexual misconduct in university settings. In 2015, she completed a PhD at UNSW, focussing on the prosecution of sexual and gender-based violence in the International Criminal Court. Her primary research areas are gender and international criminal law. 

Rosemary has also taught International Criminal Law & Transitional Justice and Introducing Law and Justice in the Faculty of Law, and has acted as assistant coach for the International Criminal Court mooting team.

Since 2014, Rosemary has been a research assistant for the Australian Research Council Discovery Project "Combating sexual violence against women post-conflict through 'transformative' reparations: problems and prospects" (DP140102274), jointly conducted by Professor Louise Chappell, Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences, UNSW, and Professor Andrea Durbach and Associate Professor Sarah Williams, Faculty of Law, UNSW. 

Publications

Refereed journal articles

Grey, R., ‘Sexual violence against child soldiers: the limits and potential of international criminal law’, 16(4) International Feminist Journal of Politics (2014), 601-621.

Grey, R., ‘Conflicting interpretations of sexual violence at the International Criminal Court: Recent cases,’ 29 (81) Australian Feminist Studies (2014), 273-288.

Chappell, L., R. Grey and E. Waller, ‘The Gender Justice Shadow of Complementarity: Lessons from Guinea and Colombia,’ 7(3) International Journal of Transitional Justice (2013), 455-475.

Grey, R. and L. Shepherd, ‘“Stop Rape Now?” Masculinity, Responsibility, and Conflict-related Sexual Violence’ 16 Men and Masculinities (2013), 115-135.

Book reviews

Grey, R, ‘Sex and International Tribunals: The Erasure of Gender from the War Narrative. By Chiseche Salome Mibenge. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press’, 10(2) Politics and Gender (2014), 308-311.

Book chapters

Grey, R. and L. Chappell, ‘Inching Towards Gender Justice: Prosecuting sexual and gender-based crimes in the International Criminal Court’, in Solange Mouthaan and Olga Jurasz, Women and War (Intersentia, forthcoming 2016).

Grey, R., ‘International Legal Institutions’, in L. Shepherd (ed), Gender Matters (2nd edition), (Routledge, 2014).

Conference papers

Grey, R., ‘Gender discrimination in the interpretation of the Rome Statute: The potential and the limitations of article 21(3)’, Australian International Criminal Law Workshop. 15-16 October 2015. Canberra.

Grey, R. ‘Prosecuting sexual and gender-based crimes at the ICC: progress and challenges.’ Asia-Pacific Conference on Gendered Violence & Violations. 10-12 February 2015. Sydney.

Grey, R. ‘Sexual Violence against Child Soldiers by their Commanders: A War Crime?’ Australian International Criminal Law Workshop. 24-25 September 2014. Sydney.

Grey, R. ‘Prosecuting Sexual Violence in the International Criminal Court: Old and New Challenges.’ Oceanic Conference for International Studies. 9-11 July 2014. Melbourne.

Grey, R. ‘Prosecuting Sexual Violence in the International Criminal Court: The First 12 Years.’ Australian Human Rights Centre Mini-Symposium on Responses to Conflict- Related Sexual and Gender-Based Violence. 6 June 2014. Sydney.

Chappell, L., Grey R. and Waller, E. ‘The Gender Justice Shadow of Complementarity.’ Australian and New Zealand Society of International Law (ANZSIL) Annual Conference. 4-6 July 2011. Canberra.

Chappell, L., Grey R. and Waller, E.. ‘Evaluating the Diffusion of Gender Justice Norms Through the Complementarity Principe of the International Criminal Court.’ International Studies Association (ISA) Annual Convention. 3-6 April 2013. San Francisco.

Grey, R. ‘The sexual exploitation of the child soldier.’ International Criminal Court Student Network conference. 8-9 March 2012. The Hague.

Other publications

Grey, R., Protecting child soldiers from sexual violence by members of the same military force: A re-conceptualisation of international humanitarian law?, 20 April 2015, TMC Asser Institute < http://www.internationalcrimesdatabase.org/upload/documents/20150423T113341-Grey%20ICD%20Brief_AB_FINAL.pdf>

Grey, R. De facto immunity for Kenyan President? Deadlock in the Kenyatta case at the International Criminal Court, 7 November 2014, Regarding Rights <http://asiapacific.anu.edu.au/regarding-rights/2014/11/07/de-facto-immunity-for-kenyan-president-deadlock-in-the-kenyatta-case-at-the-international-criminal-court/>

Grey, R.. ICC asked to investigate Australia's treatment of asylum seekers', 25 October 2014, Beyond the Hague < http://beyondthehague.com/2014/10/25/icc-asked-to-investigate-australias-treatment-of-asylum-seekers/>

Grey, R.,  Emerging Voices: Sexual Violence As War Crime: Controversial Issues in the International Criminal Court', 28 July 2014, Opinio Juris < http://opiniojuris.org/2014/07/28/emerging-voices-sexual-violence-war-crime-controversial-issues-international-criminal-court/>

Grey, R., The Ntaganda Confirmation of Charges Decision: A Victory for Gender Justice?, 12 June 2014, Beyond the Hague http://beyondthehague.com/2014/06/12/the-ntaganda-confirmation-of-charges-decision-a-victory-for-gender-justice/

Grey, R. Hate Crime Against Humanity? Persecution on the Grounds of Sexual Orientation under the Rome Statute, 21 February 2014, Beyond The Hague <http://beyondthehague.com/2014/02/21/hate-crime-against-humanity-persecution-on-the-grounds-of-sexual-orientation-under-the-rome-statute/>

Chappell, L. and R. Grey, Forging New Paths for Gender Justice at the International Criminal Court?, 5 March 2014, Women, Peace and Security Academic Collective <https://wpsac.wordpress.com/2014/03/05/forging-new-paths-for-gender-justice-at-the-international-criminal-court/>

Grey, R., Beyond Rape: The evolving concept of ‘sexual violence’ under international criminal law, 20 September 2013, Regarding Rights < http://asiapacific.anu.edu.au/regarding-rights/2013/09/20/beyond-rape-evolving-understandings-of-sexual-violence-in-international-criminal-law>  

Chappell, L. and R. Grey, Tribunal's ruling is real alternative to trial by vigilante, 17 march 2013, Sydney Morning Herald < http://www.smh.com.au/federal-politics/political-%20opinion/tribunals-ruling-is-real-alternative-to-trial-by-vigilante-20120316-1vaip.html>

Grey, R. and L. Chappell, Simone Gbagbo & the International Criminal Court: The unsettling spectre of the female war criminal, 26 November 2012, Int Law Grrls <http://www.intlawgrrls.com/2012/11/simone-gbagbo-international-criminal.html>

Grey, R. and L. Chappell, ‘Prosecuting sex crimes in the ICC’s first trial: One step forwards and one step backwards’, 20 (3) Human Rights Defender (2012), 5-8.

Grey, R., ‘Ayeye: History for the future’, 6 (25) Indigenous Law Bulletin (2007), 2.

Grey, R. and R. Gardiner, 2007. ‘Community Justice Groups: Bridging the Gap between Indigenous Communities and the Law’ 6(29) Indigenous Law Bulletin (2007), 22. 

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