This project explores the interaction between custom and human rights in the Pacific, including New Zealand, by articulating some of the issues arising from this interaction and how the two can inform each other. Published by the New Zealand Law Commission.
Article explaining main sources of law for the South Pacific as at 2005. Published in Legal Reference Services Quarterly, Volume 24, Issue 1 & 2 June 2005, pages 121-179
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The Pacific Islands Legal Information Institute (PacLII) provides free access to legal information gathered from countries in the South Pacific.
Published by the University of Washington School of Law.
Research Group based at the University of Bergen, Norway.
LLRX guide to Pacific Law, last updated 31 July 2008
Pacific Islands Treaty Series consists of two separate treaties databases, one in English and one in French. Each of the databases contains different content.
ESCAP is the regional development arm of the United Nations for the Asia-Pacific region.
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