AJC - Opinio Juris Online Symposium

Asia Justice Coalition and Opinio Juris (2020): The Impact and Implications of International Law: Myanmar and the Rohingya

From 24-28 August 2020, Asia Justice Coalition and Opinio Juris curated a virtual symposium titled: ‘The Impact and Implications of International Law: Myanmar and the Rohingya’. This event marked three years since the forced exodus of the Rohingya from Myanmar was at its zenith as a result of international crimes committed in Rakhine State.

Asia Justice Coalition and Opinio Juris (2021): The Current Crisis in Myanmar: Legal Implications

From 27 September - 1 October 2021, Asia Justice Coalition and Opinio Juris curated a virtual symposium titled: ‘The Current Crisis in Myanmar: Legal Implications’. This joint event is a follow-up to its 2020 online symposium and aimed to mark the eight months since the illegal coup by the Myanmar military on 1 February 2021. Myanmar faces multiple crises at the moment – mass atrocities being committed by the security forces on a daily basis, a devastating Covid-19 pandemic, ongoing armed conflicts in various parts of Myanmar, the continued marginalization of many minorities, and proceedings at international courts related to the Rohingya.

Asia Justice Coalition and Opinio Juris (2022): Myanmar and International Indifference: Rethinking Accountability

From 24 August – 2 September 2022, Asia Justice Coalition and OpinioJuris curated a virtual symposium titled: ‘Myanmar and International Indifference: Rethinking Accountability. This joint event was a follow-up to the 2020 and 2021 online symposium and marked the fifth anniversary of the Rohingya Remembrance Day and the 10th anniversary of the Rohingya exodus from Myanmar.