Online Symposium: Asia Justice Coalition and Opinio Juris (2021)
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.
On 18 October 2019, the Centre for Peace and Justice, Brac University, (CPJ), the International Institute for Social Studies (ISS) of Erasmus University Rotterdam, and Asia Justice Coalition (AJC) convened an International Conclave on Justice and Accountability for Rohingya in The Hague.
Online Symposium: Asia Justice Coalition and Opinio Juris (2020)
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.
Training: Justice Avenues for International Crimes for Civil Society Organizations in Asia
In October and November 2020, Asia Justice Coalition and the Federation for International Human Rights (FIDH) partnered to deliver trainings focusing on justice avenues for international crimes. This training was particularly relevant in light of recent judicial developments before the ICC and other international mechanisms.
Joint Advocacy on The Gambia v Myanmar case before the ICJ: Global Justice Center and Global Centre for the Responsibility to Protect
GJC and GCR2P have undertaken joint advocacy on the The Gambia v Myanmar case before the International Court of Justice, supported by the Asia Justice Coalition