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“If you electrocute someone to get a confession, that would be torture, but if you turned up the current enough to kill them, that would be okay... this is the paradox of dealing with the death penalty in international law.” Brilliant seminar with Professor @WilliamSchabas1 ... See MoreSee Less

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In his final state of the nation address, President Duterte says the Philippines remains a responsible member of the international community and will work to achieve shared objectives. Yet he confirmed that killing is a government policy, according to @karapatan.

Missed our last seminar?

Watch @WilliamSchabas1 and @drmaisato discuss the role of #InternationalLaw in realising global abolition of the #DeathPenalty 👇 @cpjp_org_au @CrimeInfo @MonashLawSchool

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xYJhCwrPQns

In our next seminar, Professor Michael Hor joins us for a discussion of #DeathPenalty practice and policy in #Singapore.

📅 Wednesday 18 August
⏰ 13:00 - 14:00 AEST
📍 Online

Register now 👇 @cpjp_org_au @MonashLawSchool

https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/death-penalty-policy-and-practice-in-singapore-tickets-154158553383

We stand in solidarity with our colleagues and friends who are detained, harassed, and persecuted for their brave work defending the rights of others @BelarusUNOG @UNHumanRights @omctorg @unhrcpr @VoicesBelarus @AmnestyHRD #FreeViasna #SOSBelarus.

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