Where We Work

  • Introduction

See below for examples of the Justice Defenders Work. Sort by country.

 

 

ANGOLA |  BURKINA FASO |  CAMEROON |  CAMBODIA |  COLOMBIA |  GABON |  GUATEMALA |  HONDURAS |  INDIA |  KENYA |  MALAYSIA |  MYANMAR |  PAKISTAN |  PERU |  POLAND |  SWAZILAND |  TANZANIA |  VENEZUELA |  YEMEN

 


ANGOLA

 

 

 

Human Rights Defender José Marcos Mavungo

Human Rights Defender Dr. Arão Bula Tempo

Trial Observation Report:The Case of Rafael Marques de Morais

 

 

 


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BURKINA FASO

 

 

 
 

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CAMEROON

 

 

 
 

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CAMBODIA

 

 

Legal Analysis on Laws Against Incitement to Violence Infringing on the Right to Freedom of Expression

Trial Observation Report: Ny Chakrya

 

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COLOMBIA

 

 

Letter to President Juan Manual Santos

 

 

 

 

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GABON

 
 

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GUATEMALA

 

 

 
 
 

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HONDURAS

 

 

 
 

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INDIA

 

 

 

 

Freedom of Association And Assembly Rights In Access to Foreign Funding

Overview of Section 1983 and Bivens Actions in the United States as a Deterrent Against Law Enforcement Misconduct

Human Rights Defenders and Foreign Contributions

 

 

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KENYA

 

 

Letter to Kenyan Ambassador Re: Willie Kimani, Josphat Mwenda and Joseph Muiruri

 

 

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MALAYSIA

 

 

Comparative Analysis of Malaysia’s Peaceful Assembly Act

Letter to the Prime Minister of Malaysia on Threats to the Independence of the Legal Profession in Malaysia

Malaysia’s Sedition Act of 1948

 

 

 

 

 

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MYANMAR

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 


PAKISTAN

President Silkenat expresses concern about violence against lawyers. “The American Bar Association is deeply concerned about violence against lawyers in Pakistan.  Any fair justice system relies on those accused of crimes having access to counsel and the opportunity to offer a full defense in an impartial court.  The rule of law is imperiled when lawyers are subject to intimidation and violence for representing their clients." James R. Silkenat, President of the American Bar Association.

 

 

 

 

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PERU

 

 

Amicus Curiae Brief: Case of Baguazo

Memorandum on the Legality of Legislative Decree 1095

 

 

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POLAND

 

 

Statement of ABA President Linda A. Klein Re: Judicial Independence in Poland

 

 

 

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SWAZILAND

 

 

Advocating on Behalf of Swazi Lawyer Thulani Maseko

 

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TANZANIA

 

 

Statement of ABA President Linda Klein Re: The independence of lawyers in mainland Tanzania

 

 

 

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VENEZUELA

 

 

Trial Observation Report: The Case of Maria Lourdes Afiuni

 

 

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YEMEN

 

 

Letter to UN Special Rapporteur on the Independence of Judges and Lawyers on Yemen

 

 

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