Event
21 February 2022

What has interpol achieved and what does its future look like from a human rights perspective?

Julie Zorrilla spoke on Interpol for the AIJA Human Rights Committee and the Commercial Fraud Commission.

 

Julie Zorrilla participated on a panel discussion about interpol  related matters for AIJA Human Rights Committee on Tuesday 22 february 2022. This session will focus on what interpol has achieved and what does its future look like from a human rights’ perspective.

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