We run events frequently. These consist of ad hoc or standalone events, coinciding with significant developments in our work or key dates in the year such as Human Rights Day, as well as regular programmed events.
The Conversation Series is a regular series of events we run with Monash University and our joint initiative, Eleos Justice. This brings together our brightest thinkers and sharpest minds—academics, practitioners, advocates—to weigh in on topical issues pertaining to the death penalty in the Asia Pacific region. All seminars are offered online via zoom.
You can register for upcoming events at the links below.
Practitioners interested in presenting at our Conversation Series are encouraged to contact Mai Sato (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Capital Punishment Justice Project will be working in collaboration with other organisations to arrange a celebratory event for the centenary of abolition of the death penalty in Queensland on 1 August 2022. This will coincide with the republication of the seminal book The Penalty is Death: Capital Punishment in the Twentieth Century, Retentionist and Abolitionist Arguments With Special Reference to Australia, Barry Jones (ed).
Please save the date of Thursday, 6 October from 6pm for Capital Punishment Justice Project’s annual World Day Against the Death Penalty event. More information to follow.
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