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Oliver Windridge
International Law {yer} 🌍⚖️ ✉️ humanrightsinfo1@gmail.com
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Oliver Windridge 14h
It’s been a privilege to work on the case of but still much to be done. has obligations under international law that it must honour, including upholding rights and abstaining from imposing the on alleged protestors
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Oliver Windridge Jun 13
Honored to be acting on behalf of brave Foly Satchivi in his application to the UNWGAD re his arrest and ongoing detention. 🔴⚫️🔴⚫️
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Oliver Windridge Jun 13
Honored to be acting on behalf of brave Foly Satchivi in his application to the UNWGAD re his arrest and ongoing detention.
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Oliver Windridge Jun 13
Honored to be acting on behalf of brave Foly Satchivi in his application to the UNWGAD re his ongoing detention.
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Oliver Windridge Jun 13
Delighted to be at this week in beautiful . Please do say hello if you’re attending too!
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Ogiek Peoples' Dev. Program (OPDP) May 24
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Oliver Windridge May 6
Non-authoritative summary - the text read by the the Presiding Judge (and ICC President)- of the Jordan judgment now available
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Oliver Windridge May 6
Obviously devil will be in the detail of the full written judgment ( & separate/dissenting opinions) but second part of this tweet is very interesting and was the focus of much of our research and conclusions. More to follow....
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Oliver Windridge May 6
Live: The Appeals Chamber is delivering its judgment on Jordan’s appeal re it’s failure to arrest then-President of 🍿
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Oliver Windridge May 5
Tomorrow, the Appeals Chamber will deliver it’s decision re Jordan’s failure to arrest former leader . Grateful to have presented our research to the chamber. Find out more about our unique project at
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Oliver Windridge Apr 30
Want to contribute to and in ? Consider responding to this call for public consultations. Deadline 1 July 2019
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Oliver Windridge Apr 29
government signs consultancy agreement, inter alia, to delay & block the establishment of the South Sudan . If indeed genuine, this is a deeply troubling development. Agreement available on the US DOJ FARA website ht
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Oliver Windridge Apr 26
The ’s Transitional Justice Policy is now available. Adopted in February, this is essential reading for anyone engaged in
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Oliver Windridge Apr 26
My latest piece on the African Court is now available on . I look at the Court’s most recent decision in Ingabire v
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Oliver Windridge Apr 25
This new report on from the ABA’s program is well worth reading. It focuses on the misuse of anti-terror legislation to target . Grateful to have my work on cited in the report.
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Oliver Windridge Apr 25
Interesting piece on ’s fate. Thanks for citing the project!
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Oliver Windridge Apr 25
My latest post has just been published. I look at the ’s latest decision in the v case
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Oliver Windridge Apr 25
Update on the execution of 37 people in . Reports are that 6️⃣ minors were amongst the 37. The execution of minors is a non-derogable, indefensible, red line in international human rights law.
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Oliver Windridge Apr 24
Terrible news confirmed by several sources. has executed up to 37 people including several minors. My work on Saudi only strengthens my view that many, if not all, of these executions likely violate international human rights law.
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Oliver Windridge Apr 24
Terrible news confirmed by several sources. has executed up to 37 people including several minors. My work on Saudi only strengthens my view that many, if not all, of these executions likely violate international human rights law
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