Forum: Can the International Criminal Court prosecute Australia’s leaders for crimes against humanity?

In Human Rights Week a Refugee Advocacy Network & RMIT Arts and
Labour & Working Life Collective forum this Thursday asks given the mistreatment of asylum seekers and refugees:
Can the International Criminal Court prosecute Australia’s leaders for crimes against humanity?
Thursday, 7 December 2017, 6:00 – 8:00pm
Building 80, Level 2, Lecture Theatre 2 RMIT University, City Campus
445 Swanston St, Melbourne
Speakers
Mohammad Ali Baqiri, Refugee advocate formerly detained on Nauru
Professor Gillian Triggs, Vice-Chancellor’s Fellow, University of Melbourne and former President of the Australian Human Rights Commission
Tracie Aylmer, Human rights advocate and 1st submitter to the ICC (2014)
Julian Burnside QC, Human rights advocate and submitter to the ICC (2016)
Moderator of the event and Q&A: Corinne Grant, lawyer & media personality
more details attached,
Media contact : speakers are available for media comment –
Contact Peter Farago for details 0409 866 414