B3: Black Lives Matter in the Commonwealth
Commonwealth nations today—like all nations—face issues of discrimination and unequal treatment, with a sharp focus on policing and criminal justice.
Police reform was fundamental to South Africa’s transition from apartheid; Kenya a decade ago created an independent police complaints body with oversight powers; and the Independent Commission on Policing for Northern Ireland was seen as essential to enduring peace. Have these measures met the needs of communities who suffer most at the hands of police? How are Australia and Canada addressing the disproportionate incarceration of indigenous people? How do Commonwealth countries answer calls against police brutality and arbitrariness? This session will focus on current events and will examine the extent to which Commonwealth countries have implemented the 1979 Lusaka Declaration on Racism and Racial Prejudice.
Discover the benefits of sponsoring a session at the Commonwealth Law Conference 2021 which offers a unique opportunity for session partners to showcase their organisation, increase awareness and establish collaborative relationships with a truly international audience of law practitioners, senior justice leaders, academics, innovators and emerging new talent who will be present at this flagship biannual event.
A comprehensive Conference programme with 5 distinct daily streams provides a suite of session sponsorship opportunities for key partners.
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- Sponsor logo on session screen
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- Package US $4000
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