Crime & Terrorism

Think Tank Programme
Crime & Terrorism

Our Programme

Our focus for the Crime and Terrorism Think-Tank is on understanding, analysing and providing meaningful insights on crime and terrorism. As law and criminology academics, both Dr Hiruy Gebreegziabher and Samaya Borom are interested in how crime and terrorism impacts upon society as well as the socio-political, legal and governmental responses that arise from such matters. The Crime and Terrorism Think-Tank researches and presents workshops, conference papers and policy papers broadly across law and terrorism studies, including terrorism in Africa, the increasing visibility of right-wing terrorism in Australia and globally, the human rights compatibility of criminal (including anti-terrorism) legislation, and the impact of crime and terrorism on gender. The Crime and Terrorism Think-Tank offers the expertise of the Co-Leads in research, policy and partnerships on topics of interest.

Programme Leads

Samaya Borom

Fellow

PhD Candidate, MPub&IntLaw, GDLP, LLB, BA (Asian Studies), BA (Hons)
Lead for GRN Think Tank Programme in Crime & Terrorism

As an admitted and practising lawyer and academic with research and teaching areas of interest in criminology and law, including terrorism, AI and IHL, human rights and media/cinema. With a strong research background, Maya’s doctoral focus is on incursions of international law and human rights through cinematic and media depictions of terrorism.

Maya is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, a Junior Fellow of the Global Research Network for exceptional early career scholars ​around the world working ​in law and in the humanities as well as a research member of AVERT (Addressing Violent Extremism and Radicalisation to Terrorism) Research Network. She is also a member of the Australian Film Institute / Australia Academy of Cinema and Television Arts (AFI/ACCTA) and publishes regular film and literature views with various organisations and journals

Dr. Hiruy Wubie Gebreegziabher

Junior Fellow

Lead for GRN Think Tank Programme in Crime & Terrorism

Dr Hiruy Wubie Gebreegziabher has a PhD in Law from Monash University. His thesis explored the human rights compatibility of Ethiopia’s Anti-Terrorism Law and practice. Hiruy served as a member of experts’ group established by the Ethiopian government to amend its Anti-Terrorism Law. He has an LL. B and LL.M from Addis Ababa University, and a distinguished teaching, research and community service experience, with multiple awards, at Ethiopia’s University of Gondar. Hiruy is currently a sessional academic at Monash and La Trobe Universities in Australia.

Documents

Periodicals

  • American Review of International Arbitration
  • Arbitration International
  • Collection of ICC Arbitral Awards
  • Collection of Procedural Decisions in ICC Arbitration 1993-1996
  • Dispute Resolution International;
  • ICC International Court of Arbitration Bulletin
  • ICCA Congress Series
  • Journal of International Arbitration
  • McGill Journal of Dispute Resolution
  • Pepperdine Dispute Resolution Law Journal
  • Transnational Dispute Management
  • Vindobona Journal of International Commercial Law and Arbitration
  • World Arbitration and Mediation Review
  • World Trade and Arbitration Materials
  • Yearbook Commercial Arbitration

Databases & Links

Journals