Dr. Michael George Hayes

Dr. Michael George Hayes


Telephone : (66) 2-441-0813 to 5 ext. 2129

E-mail : michael.ger@mahidol.ac.th

Education history:

Ph.D. (Communication and Cultural Studies)
University of Wollongong, Australia: 1998
M.A. (Communication and Cultural Studies)
University of Wollongong, Australia: 1993
B.A. Hons. (Communication and Cultural Studies)
Curtin University, Australia: 1991

Academic specialization / Area of Interest:

Migration, human rights education, human rights in Myanmar

Academic contributions:

Research results 


Hayes, Mike, Matt Mullen, et al, 2022. Reflections and Directions: Business and Human Rights in Asia: From the First Decade to the Next. United Nations Development Programme Bangkok, Thailand.

Hayes, Mike 2021. “Asian Values.” Elgar Encyclopedia of Human Rights. Elgar Publishing.  

Mike Hayes, 2020. “Developing Networks of Human Rights Teaching Universities in the Asia-Pacific: The Establishment of SEAHRN and AUN-HRE.” Human Rights Education in the Asian Pacific Vol 9.  Osaka: Asia Pacific Human Rights Information Centre: 201-221. 

Hayes, Mike. 2020. “Predicting Preparedness Through the 2019 Global Health Index: Mistakes and Lessons Learned”, GC Human Rights Preparedness, 13 July https://gchumanrights.org/preparedness/article-on/predicting-preparedness-through-the-2019-global-health-index-mistakes-and-lessons-learned.html

Mike Hayes. 2020. “A Theory of Protection for Vulnerable People.” Keynote Address. “Vulnerable Groups and Human Rights” Rabindra Bharati University, Kolkata. 3rd – 10th December. 

Mike Hayes. 2020. “Challenges to the Presumption of Innocence in Southeast Asia.” The Presumption of Innocence Online Experts Workshop. School of Law, Vietnam National University, and Asian Law Centre, Melbourne Law School, The University of Melbourne, Friday, 24 July 2020. 

Mike Hayes 2019. “When Busines Met Human Rights.” Navigating a New Era of Business and Human Rights. Ed Matthew Mullen et al. Bangkok: Article Thirty and IHRP. 

Mike Hayes 2019. “Racism.” An Introduction to Human Rights in Southeast Asia: A Textbook for Undergraduate Students Volume 3. Bangkok: SEAHRN.

Other positions:

Academic Director, APMA program; Member of the Global Campus Council

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