Petition on Azerbaijan – Day of the Endangered Lawyer
Lawyers for Lawyers has co-signed a petition in support of the 11th Day of the Endangered Lawyer, which focuses on the situation for lawyers in Azerbaijan.
The Day of the Endangered Lawyer is commemorated each year on 24 January. On this special day, Lawyers for Lawyers and our international colleagues from the Coalition for the Endangered Lawyer, ask their international colleagues to 1) raise awareness about the number of lawyers whoare being harassed, silenced, pressured, threatened, persecuted, and in some countries tortured and murdered for their work as lawyers; and 2) initiate, or further develop a national discussion about ways to protect lawyers.
Letter on ongoing trial Hejaaz Hizbullah
On 8 May 2023, Lawyers for Lawyers has sent a letter to the Attorney General of Sri Lanka to express our concern about the ongoing trial of lawyer and human rights defender Hejaaz Hizbullah. Hejaaz Hizbullah is a minority rightsLees verder
Report: Lawyer-Client Confidentiality in a Digitalized Society
Lawyers for Lawyers has launched the report “Lawyer-Client Confidentiality in a Digitalized Society”. The report reflects on the worrisome trend of infringements of the legal professional privilege and confidentiality (LPPC), particularly in the context of digital communications. The principle ofLees verder
Statement at the occasion of Lawyers Day in Turkey
As we have done several times before, on 5 April – Lawyers Day in Turkey – Lawyers for Lawyers takes the opportunity to strongly condemn the ongoing crackdown against lawyers in Turkey. The last year again was a year inLees verder
Interview with att. Olivier Bahemuke Ndoole: “Collaboration with our neighbouring countries Rwanda and Uganda is necessary to protect our common forests and wild animals, but the lack of clear public policies is preventing that”
Democratic Republic of Congo
Olivier Bahemuke Ndoole is a Congolese environmental and human rights activist and lawyer, living and working in the city of Goma. As executive head of his organisation ‘Alerte Congolaise pour l’Environnement et les Droits de l’Homme’ (ACEDH), he advocates forLees verder