Advocating for sanctions
In recent years, Magnitsky Laws have emerged across the globe, including in the US, UK and Canada. They are aimed at targeting human rights abuses and corrupt activities. They have been a focus of attention in response to the coup in Myanmar, to the human rights violations targeting Uyghurs in China, and the killing of Jamal Khashoggi. This talk will examine the global Magnitsky movement and how Australia should frame its laws to ensure that human rights abusers are held accountable.
Baptist Church Hall
34 Groom Street, Hughes ACT 2605