Eleos Justice a unique collaboration between Monash Law and the Capital Punishment Justice Project. The Initiative began in 2018 when the Monash Anti-Death Penalty Clinic was established. Over the last two years, Monash law students have provided assistance to human rights advocates, lawyers, and civil society organisations working to restrict and to end the death penalty in the Asian region. The vision is to become the region’s leading hub for evidence-based research, teaching, and advocacy.
Welcome: Prof Bryan Horrigan, Dean, Monash Law
Launch of Eleos Justice: Senator the Hon Marise Payne, Minister for Foreign Affairs, Australia
Keynote address: Eleos Justice Vision: A/Prof Mai Sato, Monash Law
Advocacy & Policy Platform Interview: Matthew Goldberg, Senior Fellow, Monash Law
Marking the World Day Against the Death Penalty: Access to Justice Video, Sara Kowal, Manager of Partnerships and Clinic, Eleos Justice and Monash Law students from the Anti-Death Penalty Clinic
Closing remarks: Julian McMahon AC SC, President, Capital Punishment Justice Project