Rule of Law or ruled by law?

Military Court Watch Australian Tour

 What are the human rights and legal implications for Palestinian children living under Israeli military law in the West Bank

Brisbane – Aug 13  Supreme Court Library 415 George Street, Brisbane
hosted by the University of Queensland Pro Bono Centre

Canberra – August 15 ACCC, Cnr Blackall St and Kings Av, Barton
hosted by the Australian Centre for Christianity and Culture

Sydney – August 17 (APAN dinner), Grand Royale, Granville
hosted by the Australia Palestine Advocacy Network

Adelaide August 18 (AFOPA dinner), The Ballroom Function Centre
hosted by the Australian Friends of Palestine Association

Melbourne August 21 Ibis Conference Centre, Therry Street Melbourne
hosted by Liberty Victoria; Muslim Legal Network; APAN; Australians for Palestine

Hobart August 22, University of Tasmania Law School
hosted by UTas Law School & Tasmanian Friends of Palestine
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Military Court Watch is an organisation founded by lawyers and other professionals based on the principles of the rule of law.  Concerned that Palestinian children living under Israeli military law are not afforded their rights and protections under international law, Military Court Watch litigates, advocates and educates for these rights.

Gerard Horton is an Australian lawyer who has worked for over a decade representing and advocating for Palestinians living under military law.

Salwa Duaibis is a Palestinian human rights advocate who has worked for decades for the rights of women and children in the West Bank.

Salwa and Gerard were part of the Four Corners Walkley winning documentary Stone Cold Justice (recording available here). An interview with Salwa and Gerard about their work is available here.