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Join us as we explore the role of #InternationalLaw in realising global abolition of the #DeathPenalty with Professor William Schabas.

📅 Thursday 15 July
⏰ 17:00 AEST
📍Online (Zoom)

Register now: https://bit.ly/35EySyP

A FUNDRAISER IN SOLIDARITY WITH @MRavilaw

M Ravi has been ordered by a disciplinary tribunal to pay a fine + costs amounting to a total of S$10,500. We are seeking support to raise this amount in solidarity with M Ravi and all the important work he does. https://donorbox.org/fundraiser-for-ravi

Devastated to hear the news that Mustafa Hashem a-Darwish was executed by Saudi Arabia. Mustafa was a child at the time he was charged with a death eligible offence and was tortured into 'confessing'. The KSA's claims that child defendants do not get the death sentence are false

Last week, @MarisePayne, @PeterDutton_MP, @MofaJapan_en & @ModJapan_en reaffirmed the AUS-JPN RAA, despite its silence as to the death penalty.

Read more: https://bit.ly/2TuOFh1
Open letter: https://bit.ly/3vw38GQ

@dfat @MonashLawSchool @cpjp_org_au @CrimeInfo @ADPANetwork

A glimmer of hope that there might be accountability for extra-judicial killings committed in the Philippines: the International Criminal Court Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda has sought permission from the court’s judges to open an investigation into these crimes

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