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The opportunity cost of a failed ‘tough-on-crime’ agenda

The final post for this week focuses on the  art of persuading by highlighting a recent campaign on Justice Reinvestment being run  by  Jesuit Social Services. 710 more words

Woman sues herself after her husband dies in car crash!

A woman is being allowed to sue herself for negligence after her husband died in a road accident in which she lost control of the car. 8 more words


We don't need no legislation: wildlife protection depends on enforcement

With the General Election approaching, green criminologist and Senior Lecturer in Criminology at Middlesex University Dr Angus Nurse examines party policy in relation to wildlife crime.  905 more words

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The Many Problems With Electing Judges

Last Week Tonight

The vast majority of US judges are elected, forcing many judges to pander to the electorate and accept campaign money in order to keep their jobs.  20 more words


Welcome to Christine Meets World.

Hello! Welcome to Christine Meets World!

I am currently a law student with a desperate need of a creative outlet. So I’m just here to share my affinity for music, used bookstores, current issues, clothes, and skin care products.


Using international legal processes to influence government policy

Strategic participation in international legal processes can be extremely valuable for NGOs undertaking policy and law reform work. The Universal Periodic Review, a process of the United Nations Human Rights Council, is one method by which Australia’s human rights record is assessed on the international stage. 783 more words

Community Sector

Werner Schiesser

Title: Chief Executive Officer
Company: BDO Ltd.
Location: Zurich, Switzerland
Notable Member

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