Bangladesh | Guernica 37
Guernica 37 has been involved in many legal matters in Bangladesh.
Amongst others, by:
providing legal advice and representation to political leaders prosecuted by the International Crimes Tribunal of Bangladesh (ICTB).
drafting and submitting several communications to the United Nations Special Procedures Branch on enforced disappearances, arbitrary detention, summary or extrajudicial killings and the independence of judges and lawyers.
filling communication to the International Criminal Court regarding international crimes committed in Bangladesh under the current government.
drafting book chapters, articles and legal reports on the theory and practice of the ICTB.
being part of the team instructed to represent Bangladesh Jamaat-e-Islami, an opposition political party, members of which have been tried before the ICTB, for which Toby Cadman, co-founder of Guernica 37 International Justice Chambers, has acted as a defence counsel.
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Toby Cadman Rejoinder to Government of Bangladesh
Bangladesh’s struggle against impunity and the ‘international standards of justice’ conundrum