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DPP at the 13th United Nations Congress Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice 2015, Qatar

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  • 13 Apr 2015

The DPP is delighted to be participating at the 13th UN Congress on Crime and Criminal Justice in Doha, Qatar from 12th-19th April. Co-Executive Director, Parvais Jabbar, has been invited to speak as an international expert at the ancillary meetings on the death penalty, held in conjunction with the Congress. We also have a stand at the exhibition hall where our publications will be made available to all participants.

Other experts invited to the Congress include Professor William Schabas (Middlesex University), Professor Luis Arroyo Zapatero (Universidad de Castilla- La Mancha) and Professor Jeffrey Fagan (Columbia University).

See the specific details of the ancillary meetings

 

About the Congress

The UN Congresses on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice have been held every five years since 1955. The Congresses bring together high-level representatives of Governments, representatives of inter-governmental and non-governmental organisations, criminal justice professionals and scholars to discuss common problems, share experiences and seek viable solutions to problems related to crime prevention and criminal justice.

 

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