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  • CHAIR —I declare open this sixth meeting of the Joint Standing Committee on Treaties. Today, as part of our ongoing review of Australia's international treaty obligations, the committee will take further evidence concerning the International Convention for Suppression of Terrorist Bombings, one of 13 treaties tabled in parliament on 12
    Date: 27/05/2002 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commjnt/5571/0003 - Source: Joint
  • CHAIR —Welcome. On behalf of the Foreign Affairs Subcommittee of the Joint Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade, I declare open this public hearing. Today's program has been based on a range of topical issues arising from the annual reports of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade;
    Date: 21/05/2002 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commjnt/5483/0003 - Source: Joint
  • CHAIR —Although the committee does not require you to give evidence under oath, I should advise you that the hearings are legal proceedings of the parliament and warrant the same respect as proceedings of the House and the Senate. The giving of false or misleading evidence is a serious matter
    Date: 13/05/2002 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commjnt/5506/0011 - Source: Joint
  • CHAIR —This is a resumption of the hearings of the Joint Standing Committee on Treaties and a part of our ongoing review of Australia's international treaty obligations. We have a number of treaties under review this evening and, accordingly, I welcome officers from the Attorney-General's Department and the Department of
    Date: 13/05/2002 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commjnt/5506/0017 - Source: Joint
  • CHAIR —I now call on witnesses from the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade to give evidence relating to the International Convention for the Suppression of Terrorist Bombings. Mr Scott, would you like to make some introductory remarks about this before we proceed to questions? Mr Scott —Yes, I just
    Date: 13/05/2002 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commjnt/5506/0019 - Source: Joint
  • CHAIR —I welcome witnesses from the Attorney-General's Department to give evidence relating to the Convention on Jurisdiction, Applicable Law, Recognition, Enforcement and Cooperation in respect of Parental Responsibility and Measures for the Protection of Children. Although the committee does not require you to give evidence under oath, I should advise
    Date: 13/05/2002 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commjnt/5506/0021 - Source: Joint
  • CHAIR —Last, but by no means least, I call witnesses from the Department of Education, Science and Training and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade to give evidence relating to the Convention on the Recognition of Qualifications Concerning Higher Education in the European Region. Although the committee does not
    Date: 13/05/2002 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commjnt/5506/0023 - Source: Joint
  • CHAIR —I declare open this first public meeting of the Defence Subcommittee of the Joint Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade for the 40th Parliament. The purpose of today's hearing is to review the Defence annual report 2000-01. Under the provisions of the resolution of appointment of the
    Date: 08/05/2002 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commjnt/5494/0003 - Source: Joint
  • ACTING CHAIR (Mr Price) —You are aware that the proceedings today are legal proceedings of the parliament and warrant the same respect as the proceedings which the respective houses of parliament demand. Although the subcommittee does not require you to give evidence on oath, you should be aware that this
    Date: 08/05/2002 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commjnt/5494/0007 - Source: Joint
  • CHAIR —I declare open this hearing of the Joint Committee on Treaties. I welcome Mr Greenwell from Amnesty International. Although the committee does not require you to give evidence under oath, I should advise you that the hearings are legal proceedings of the parliament and warrant the same respect as
    Date: 10/04/2002 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commjnt/5464/0003 - Source: Joint
  • CHAIR —Welcome and thank you for being here this morning. We propose a roundtable discussion. For the smoother running of this discussion, I suggest to the committee and to those giving evidence that we divide this discussion into three topics: firstly, specific drafting issues and suggestions that others have made
    Date: 10/04/2002 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commjnt/5464/0005 - Source: Joint
  • CHAIR —I declare open this meeting of the Joint Standing Committee on Treaties. Today, as part of our ongoing review of Australia's international treaty obligations, the committee will review four treaties tabled in the parliament on 7 August 2001 and 21 August 2001. The committee took evidence on these treaties
    Date: 09/04/2002 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commjnt/5462/0003 - Source: Joint
  • CHAIR —According to our schedule, Friends of the Earth were to be next. I propose that we move the Australian Conservation Foundation forward to be the next group of witnesses and then we can take a short break before we go to the other agreements. So I welcome the representative
    Date: 09/04/2002 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commjnt/5462/0005 - Source: Joint
  • CHAIR —The process that we will now undertake will be in the form of a roundtable discussion on the remaining three treaties, the agreement with the United States on nuclear transfers to Taiwan and agreements on nuclear safeguards with Hungary and the Czech Republic. We have representatives from Friends of
    Date: 09/04/2002 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commjnt/5462/0007 - Source: Joint
  • CHAIR —I declare open this meeting of the Joint Standing Committee on Treaties. Today, as part of our review as to whether Australia should ratify the Statute of the International Criminal Court, the committee will hear evidence from the Australian Red Cross and the Australian Institute for Holocaust and Genocide
    Date: 09/04/2002 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commjnt/5463/0003 - Source: Joint
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