Evaluating Australia’s Magnitsky Sanctions Framework: Challenges, Opportunities and the Role of Civil Society – Webinar – 29 November 2023
ACIJ invites you to attend our online webinar ‘Evaluating Australia’s Magnitsky Sanctions Framework: Challenges, Opportunities and the Role of Civil Society’. The webinar will commence at 1.00pm AEDT on 29 November 2023.
Challenging Impunity: Why Australia Needs a Permanent, Specialised International Crimes Unit – Policy Paper Launch – 28 September 2023
Join ACIJ for the launch of our policy paper, ‘Challenging Impunity: Why Australia Needs a Permanent, Specialised International Crimes Unit’. This is a hybrid event that will take place in Sydney on Thursday 28 September 2023 while being streamed concurrently online. Arrival is from 6.00pm for a 6.30pm start (AEST).
Targeted Human Rights Sanctions and Geopolitical Considerations – A Case Study of India: Online Panel Discussion
Virtual Panel Discussion: Targeted Human Rights Sanctions and Geopolitical Considerations - A Case Study of India Date and time: Tuesday 28 February 2023, 7am AEDT (Sydney) / Monday 27 February 2023 3pm EST (Washington), 8pm GMT (London) Registration: You can...
Discussion: Reckoning with the legacy of war crimes in Afghanistan Melbourne, Saturday 28 January 2023 In recent years, much information has come to light about human rights abuses by members of Australian special forces in Afghanistan. The Brereton Report,...
The ACIJ is excited to screen, The Report, and host a short discussion with journalist Raymond Bonner & lawyer Fiona Nelson.