Mary Crock


Professor Mary CrockMary Crock is Professor pf Public Law at the University of Sydney Law School. She is an Accredited Expert in Australian immigration law who has written extensively on legal issues around vulnerable migrants, including children seeking asylum. Author of 14 books and over 75 articles, she is co-editor of a forthcoming collection of comparative essays on the protection of migrant children (Elgar Publishing, due in 2018).

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Persecuting Children: How the Convention on the Rights of the Child has pushed the evolution of refugee law

The nature of modern warfare has made children increasingly vulnerable to conflict related injury, deprivation and displacement. International refugee law was slow to recognise children as being worthy of separate consideration: the only express references to children in the UN Convention relating to the Rights of Refugees are in Article 4, referring to refugee parents’ freedom to religious…

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