Corruption and human rights sanctions in Australia: Anna Bradshaw joins panel debate
Thursday 28 October, 2021
The Australian government has recently committed to introducing a reform of the Australian sanctions regime by the end of 2021. This follows a parliamentary inquiry that recommended Australia put in place a ‘Magnitsky’ sanctions regime to target foreigners engaged in corruption or gross human rights abuse, in line with the US, UK and Canada.
On 27th of October 2021, Anna Bradshaw joined the expert panel discussion of Australian and international speakers to explore the lessons that the Australian government and wider expert community should draw from existing overseas experience.