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Human trafficking and the rights of trafficked persons: the application of the non-punishment principle

17 Jan 2024 1300 - 1400 GMT

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A webinar presented by the IBA Legal Policy & Research Unit (LPRU), supported by the IBA Criminal Law Committee and IBA Human Rights Law Committee

This webinar will discuss the recent report published by the LPRU in collaboration with the British Institute of International Comparative Law (BIICL) on the non-punishment principle. The interconnected aspects and trends concerning the interpretation and implementation of the principle will be considered from different legislative perspectives, providing an overview of the legislation and practices surrounding the principle.

The webinar aims to raise awareness of the issues and recommendations for the non-punishment principle and will be of value to businesses, legislators, lawyers, practitioners, police officials, prosecutors and judges.

Fees

IBA member

Free

Non member

Free

Certificate of Attendance

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Moderator
Sara Louise Carnegie

Moderator
International Bar Association, London, England; Member, IBA Diversity & Inclusion Council

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Confirmed speakers
Noemi Magugliani

Speaker
BIICL, London, England

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Chavi Nana

Speaker
University of Michigan Law School, Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA

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Felicity Gerry

Speaker
Libertas Chambers UK & Crockett Chambers Melbourne, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia; Asia Pacific Regional Forum Liaison Officer, Criminal Law Committee

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Maria Grazia Giammarinaro

Speaker
Civil Court of Rome, Rome, Italy

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Wajiha Ahmed

Speaker
Buttar Caldwell and Co Solicitors, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia; Co-Chair, Human Rights Law Committee

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