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On 14 April, The Hague Institute and Doughty Street International hosted a panel discussion entitled “Reparations for Historical Wrongs”. The panelists drew upon their extensive academic background and field experience to discuss challenges with...
With immense sadness we share the tragic news of the death of John Jones QC.  
On 4 March 2016, international legal counsel Andrea Saccucci, Associated Tenant at Doughty Street International, along with an international team of lawyers, obtained a remarkable legal victory in the case Hydro Srl, Costruzioni Srl, Francesco...
On 14 March 2016, international legal counsel for Khadija Ismayilova, Amal Clooney and 
On 15 March 2016, the Supreme Court of Appeal of South Africa ruled that the South African government had a duty to arrest President Omar al Bashir in terms of domestic and international law and that failure to arrest him was unlawful. Max du...
In a report submitted to the United Nations Human Rights Council on 24 February 2016, the Special Rapporteur on torture and other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment, Juan E. Méndez, has concluded that Panama has failed to fulfil its...
The Supreme Court of Kenya this week heard submissions on the constitutionality of the mandatory death penalty. If favourable, its decision is likely to affect all prisoners currently on death row (over 2,000), and possibly thousands more whose...
Four businessmen who were arrested in the United Arab Emirates today face a secret trial in Abu Dhabi Supreme Federal Court.  
Kirsty Brimelow QC has written a comment piece for the Times regarding the Julian Assange case and how the person is overshadowing the key issues surrounding arbitrary detention.
Doughty Street International is delighted to welcome Paul Barker as a new member.



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