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17 November 2020

Libya: outspoken Benghazi lawyer murdered

The AIJA Human Rights Committee shares with us the latest news on Libyan lawyer’s murder as well as a call to action by the Human Rights Watch.

Libya: outspoken Benghazi lawyer murdered

On 10 November, Hanan Al-Barassi, a Libyan human rights activist lawyer was killed in the city of Benghazi.

Eastern Libyan authorities should promptly investigate the apparent politically motivated killing of a lawyer.

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09 November 2020

AIJA Insolvency Commission report: Emergency measures in response to the COVID-19 crisis

The COVID-19 pandemic has plunged businesses around the world into financial difficulty and led to an unprecedented surge of emergency legislation in virtually all jurisdictions.

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03 November 2020

Situation in Poland – Women rights at risk

Agata Adamczyk shares an insight into the ongoing demonstrations about women’s rights in Poland. For the past two weeks, Poles have protested in several cities against a constitutional tribunal decision that bans abortion in case of lethal defects of a fetus.

Agata Adamczyk is the AIJA Poland National Representative and VP of the International Business Law Commission.

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