Wednesday, November 14, 2018

Philippines blacklisting human rights lawyers

CIVIL RIGHTS GROUPS CALL FOR CONGRESSIONAL INVESTIGATION INTO BLACKLISTING OF HUMAN RIGHTS LAWYERS BY THE PHILIPPINES CIVIL RIGHTS GROUPS CALL FOR CONGRESSIONAL INVESTIGATION INTO BLACKLISTINGOF...

Veto to oppose the admission of Palestine is illegal and must be ignored

September 25th, 2011 IADL submitted a resolution to the UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon arguing that the use of a veto to oppose the...

IADL issues white paper on legal issues related to aggression against Gaza

The White Paper provides a review of international law, laws of war, international human rights and international humanitarian law to provide the legal support...

IADL condemns military intervention in Syria

The International Association of Democratic Lawyers, a non-governmental organization founded in 1946, with member associations throughout the world and with consultative status in ECOSOC,...

IADL observer M.R. Pearce issues critique on Judgment of the Court of Appeal in...

Critique on Judgment of the Court of Appeal Chin Peng v Government of Malaysia by M.R. Pearce 1. I have been an observer, on behalf of...

Resolution for Peace and the Peaceful Reunification of Korea

The General Assembly of the International Association of Democratic Lawyers, at its 17th Congress in Hanoi, Vietnam, notes with grave disquiet that: 1. Military confrontation...

IADL statement on human rights in Ukraine presented at UN Human Rights Council

The following statement on human rights in Ukraine was presented to the UN Human Rights Council by Micol Savia, the representative of the International...

IADL statement on extrajudicial killings

IADL made the following submission to the UN Human Rights Council on the Report of Christof Heyns, Special Rapporteur on extrajudicial, summary or arbitrary...

Article 9’s global scope

Article 9 of the Japanese Constitution is not just a provision of the Japanese law; it also acts as an international peace mechanism towards...

Statement: Case of Julian Assange and UN Working Group on Arbitrary Detentions

The following statement was submitted by  International Association of Democratic Lawyers (IADL) and the Europe-Third World Centre (CETIM) to the United Nations Human Rights...