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International Commission of Jurists

International Commission of Jurists

International Commission of Jurists

International Commission of Jurists

International Commission of Jurists (ICJ)

DUMBUTSHENA, Enoch (1920 - 2000), Chief Justice of Zimbabwe, 1984–90; Vice-President, International Commission of Jurists, since 1992 (Commissioner, since 1990)

SARGANT, Thomas (1905 - 1988), JP; Founder Secretary, Justice (British Section of International Commission of Jurists), 1957–82

EVATT, Elizabeth Andreas (born 1933), Member: World Bank Administrative Tribunal, 1998–2006; International Commission of Jurists, since 2003

MacDERMOT, Niall (1916 - 1996), QC 1963; barrister-at-law; Secretary-General, International Commission of Jurists, 1970–90

SIEGHART, Paul (Henry Laurence Alexander) (1927 - 1988), law reformer, international arbitrator and consultant, writer and broadcaster; Chairman, Executive Committee, Justice (British Section of International Commission of Jurists), since 1978

Organization of Asylum Lawyers in the Netherlands and The Netherlands Lawyers Committee for Human Rights (Dutch section of the International Commission of Jurists) v Netherlands (Ministry of Justice), Appeal judgment, 00/68 KG (KG 99/1251), LJN: AE9573, NJ 2002, 632, ILDC 143 (NL 2002), 31st October 2002, Court of Appeal

Kenya section of the International Commission of Jurists v Attorney General and Minister of State for Provincial Administration and Internal Security and Kenyans for Justice and Development Trust (joining), Final judgment, [2011] eKLR, ILDC 1804 (KE 2011), 28th November 2011, Kenya; Nairobi; High Court

 

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The ICJ is an international non-government organization supporting the elements of international law which advance human rights. Founded in 1952, its membership consists of 60 jurists representative of the various ...

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