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Mohamed Nasheed, the first democratically-elected President of the Maldives, is currently serving a draconian prison sentence following an unfair trial on trumped-up terrorism charges. The lawfulness of his detention, which came as part of a widespread crackdown on democracy, human rights and the...
Doughty Street Chambers, London
Participants:  Chair: Elizabeth Wilmshurst, Distinguished Fellow, International Law Programme, Chatham House; Associate Tenant, Doughty Street International Max du Plessis, Senior Research Associate, Institute for Security Studies; Associate Tenant, Doughty Street International Carla Ferstman,...
Chatham House, London
On Thursday 16 July, Ms. Nancy Hollander will give a lecture at The Hague Institute for Global Justice. Ms. Hollander will discuss her career as a criminal lawyer and the book entitled 'Guantánamo Diary' written by Mohamedou Ould Slahi, a former Guantanamo prisoner whom she represented.  
The Hague Institute for Global Justice
Principal speaker: OvaHerero/Nama Representatives, chaired by John Jones QC  A press conference will take place on the 9th July to highlight Doughty Street Chambers' hosting of a high-level OvaHerero and Nama delegation from Namibia. The delegates for both communities have travelled to London to...
Doughty Street Chambers
Recent tragedies in the Mediterranean and Southeast Asia have prompted reassessment of the effectiveness of the legal framework concerning human trafficking and people smuggling. This event will discuss whether the current framework, including the two protocols to the United Nations Convention...
Chatham House London
Amnesty International Israel performs valuable work in a troubled part of the world, analysing, reporting and criticising the abuse of human rights both in nearby states where no Amnesty group would be tolerated and within Israel itself. The internal campaigning has led to a worrying move whereby...
Doughty Street Chambers

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