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Oliver Windridge
International Law{yer} ⚖️ Advice & representation before human rights courts, UN human rights system & int criminal tribunals ✉️ humanrightsinfo1@gmail.com
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Oliver Windridge Apr 17
Interesting development from Khartoum: moved from house arrest to Kobar prison.
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Oliver Windridge Apr 17
Interesting development from Khartoum: moved from house arrest to Kobar prison.
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Oliver Windridge Apr 15
As the continues, ’s fate remains unclear. At we have and continue to track his travels. No longer head of state, will Bashir continue to travel as extensively? Find out more at
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Oliver Windridge Apr 15
Delighted to receive 2 copies of the latest African Human Rights Yearbook today. Some great articles, plus my contribution on Rwexit- ’s withdrawal of its Art 34(6) declaration Thanks !
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Oliver Windridge Apr 12
As the continues, ’s fate remains unclear. At ⁦⁩ we have, and will continue to, track his travels. No longer head of state, will Bashir continue to travel as extensively? Find out more at
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Oliver Windridge Apr 11
Replying to @IntlCrimCourt
From an stance, many member states have pointed to ’s position as head of state not to carry out warrant (others haven’t tried to justify non-arrest) Is this position legally sound? we’ll find out on 6 May. Irrespective, this clearly no longer applies
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Oliver Windridge Apr 11
’s removal must be welcomed, but serious concerns remain as to the nature and makeup of the government now in place. Simply put, the people have not been protesting for a military government. continues
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Oliver Windridge Apr 8
We have a date for the Appeals Chamber decision re ’s appeal on immunity. Looking forward to reading what will likely be a fascinating decision. Grateful to have been involved presenting the research to the AC with Prof Newton
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Oliver Windridge Apr 1
Received disappointing news last week that the has rejected our challenge to the mandatory in . It’s been an absolute pleasure to be part of the team on this important issue. Plenty more to be done
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Oliver Windridge Mar 29
Received disappointing news yesterday that the had rejected our challenge to the mandatory in . It’s been an absolute pleasure to be part of the team on this important issue. Plenty more to be done
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Oliver Windridge Mar 28
Another big day at the . Five judgments due to be rendered this morning!
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Oliver Windridge Mar 17
My analysis of the et al Indictment is now available. I raise concerns over the call for the for non-serious crimes, the complete and full confessions given by the 6 accused and the violation of the
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Oliver Windridge Mar 15
My full analysis of the al-ghomgham et al indictment has been published today. In my report I raise serious concerns over alleged full confessions provided by all 6 accused, the pursuit of the for non-serious crimes and the restriction on
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Oliver Windridge Mar 12
Looking forward to speaking at this event in Geneva on Friday. I’ll be appearing alongside ⁦⁩ to discuss the case of and others.
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Oliver Windridge Mar 12
I’ll be back in on Friday to speak about my analysis of the indictment in the et al case.
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Oliver Windridge Mar 12
It was a real pleasure to speak at this event. A big thank you to for inviting me.
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Oliver Windridge Mar 11
Just a quick reminder for those in tomorrow. I’ll be speaking alongside a distinguished panel of experts on latest developments re and . Should be very interesting!
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Oliver Windridge Mar 11
I’ll be in tomorrow (Tuesday 12th) speaking at this event. If you are in town come and say hello.
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Oliver Windridge Mar 10
On Tuesday I’ll be speaking at this event at 👇Looking forward to appearing alongside such distinguished individuals. Do say hello if you are in .
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Oliver Windridge Feb 26
Slightly late to the party, but hearty congratulations to Judge Claudia Hoefer on her appointment to the MICT roster of judges! I was fortunate to work w/ Judge Hoefer in the ICTY Appeals Chamber where she was a consummate example of dedication to international criminal justice
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