HSP Seminar (#285) “Magnitsky laws: Protecting the freedom of expression” (Jul. 8, 2021)

Title Magnitsky laws: Protecting the freedom of expression
Descriptions This seminar is the third one on the theme of human rights sanctions laws (Magnitsky laws) and framework. We will discuss how Magnitsky laws work as protection of freedom of expression, including protection of journalists.
Date 8 July 2021 (Thursday), 12:00-13:30 JST(GMT+9)
Venue Zoom (Pre-registration required: https://forms.gle/FwhTt7L4EsmeUXKd8
Lecturers Beth Van Schaack (Professor, Stanford University Law School);
Yuki Kitazumi (Freelance Journalist)
Moderator Ai Kihara-Hunt (Associate Professor, the University of Tokyo)
Language English with simultaneous translation into Japanese
Materials To be distributed at the event, if any.
Organizers Graduate Program on Human Security (HSP), the University of Tokyo;
International Law Training and Research Hub, the University of Tokyo;
Human Rights Watch
Co-organizers Research Center for Sustainable Peace (RCSP), Institute of Advanced Global Studies (IAGS), The University of Tokyo;
Institute of Advanced Global Studies (IAGS), The University of Tokyo

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