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Sri Lanka: no reprisals for cooperation with the UN

The ICJ and other leading NGOs have called on the President and member states of the Human Rights Council, as well as the government of Sri Lanka, to take action to ensure no-one faces reprisals for cooperating with the United Nations.

August 26, 2014

Pakistan: no more preventive detention

An opinion piece by Reema Omer, Legal Adviser, ICJ Asia & Pacific Programme

August 25, 2014

Kazakhstan: ICJ endorses decision of the Astana Collegium of Lawyers in the case of Nurlan Beysekeyev

The ICJ considers the recent decision of the Collegium of Lawyers of Astana, which found no legal ground to initiate disciplinary proceedings against Nurlan Beysekeyev in relation to his representation of a client in Court, to be in line with international standards on the role of lawyers.

August 22, 2014

ICJ to present at Global Consultation on the Right to Challenge Detention

Matt Pollard and Alex Conte, of the ICJ’s International Law and Protection Programmes, will give presentations during the Global Consultation on the Right to Challenge the Lawfulness of Detention, to be held in Geneva on 1-2 September 2014.

August 12, 2014
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