Rosemary Grey

Rosemary Grey

Campus: Kensington

Rosemary is a PhD candidate in the School of Social Sciences, Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences. Her research is on gender issues in international criminal law, focussing on the prosecution of sexual and gender-based violence in the International Criminal Court. 

Rosemary Grey is also sessional lecturer in the Faculty of Law, and an assistant coach for the International Criminal Court moot. She is currently teaching Introducing Law and Justice, and has previously taught International...

Rosemary is a PhD candidate in the School of Social Sciences, Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences. Her research is on gender issues in international criminal law, focussing on the prosecution of sexual and gender-based violence in the International Criminal Court. 

Rosemary Grey is also sessional lecturer in the Faculty of Law, and an assistant coach for the International Criminal Court moot. She is currently teaching Introducing Law and Justice, and has previously taught International Criminal Law.

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. 

Articles in peer-reviewed journals

Grey, R. 2014. ‘Sexual violence against child soldiers: the limits and potential of international criminal law.’ International Feminist Journal of Politics: Special Issue (The International Criminal Court: a Site of Gender Justice) 16(4): 601-621.

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

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

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

Book Chapters

Grey, R. 2014. ‘International Legal Institutions.’ In Gender Matters (2nd edition), edited by L. Shepherd (London and New York: Routledge),

Book reviews

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

Blogs and media

Grey, R. 2014. 'De facto immunity for Kenyan President? Deadlock in the Kenyatta case at the International Criminal Court'. Regarding Rights: Blog of the Centre for International Governance and Justice, ANU. 

Grey, R. 2014. 'ICC asked to investigate Australia's treatment of asylum seekers'. Beyond the Hague.

Grey, R. 2014. 'Emerging Voices: Sexual Violence As War Crime: Controversial Issues in the International Criminal Court'. Opinio Juris. 

Grey, R. 2014. 'The Ntaganda Confirmation of Charges Decision: A Victory for Gender Justice?' Beyond the Hague.

Grey, R. 2014. ‘Hate Crimes Against Humanity? Persecution on the grounds of sexual orientation under the Rome Statute.’ Beyond the Hague. 

Chappell, L. and R. Grey. 2014. ‘Forging New Paths for Gender Justice at the International Criminal Court?’. Women, Peace and Security Academic Collective.

Grey, R. 2013. ‘Beyond Rape: The evolving concept of ‘sexual violence’ under international criminal law.’ Regarding Rights: Blog of the Centre for International Governance and Justice, ANU. 

Chappell, L. and R. Grey. 2012. ‘Tribunal's ruling is real alternative to trial by vigilante.’ Sydney Morning Herald. 

Grey, R. 2012. ‘A landmark decision for international justice.’ The Punch. 

Grey, R. and L. Chappell. 2012. ‘Simone Gbagbo & the International Criminal Court: The unsettling spectre of the female war criminal.’ Int Law Grrls. 

Grey, R. 2012. ‘On Mandates.’ International Peace and Security Institute Blog. 

Grey, R. and L. Chappell. 2011. ‘Prosecuting sex crimes in the ICC’s first trial: One step forwards and one step backwards.’ Human Rights Defender 20 (3): 5-8.

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

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

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