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DPP 3rd Annual Lecture

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  • 28 Jan 2014

On 28th January 2014, we held our 3rd annual lecture at the Inner Temple in London.

Professor William Schabas, a leading expert in international human rights law gave a lecture entitled “Universal abolition – only a decade away”. The event was attended by over 100 people, including judges, barristers, academics, NGO representatives and funders/supporters of the organisation.

Watch the full recording of the event.

See photos from the event.

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