Sentencing Principles in Indonesia’s Draft Criminal Code Bill

11/11/2021 05:00 pm 11/11/2021 06:00 pm Australia/Melbourne Sentencing Principles in Indonesia’s Draft Criminal Code Bill

To watch this past event, click play on the video below:

In this instalment of our Conversation Series, Dr Jeremy J Kingsley hosts Dr Rifqi S Assegaf and Anugerah Rizky Akbari in a discussion about the key features of the sentencing principles in Indonesia’s draft Criminal Code Bill.

These Indonesian legal scholars will highlight issues related to the draft Bill, including how the Bill’s multi-interpretable clauses and the wide judicial discretion offered within the draft legislation might lead to sentencing disparities, judicial abuse and bias. They will also discuss the new types of punishment introduced in the Bill, as well as the new criteria on the application of the death penalty.

Conversation Series’ brings together brightest thinkers and sharpest minds—academics, practitioners, advocates—to weigh in on topical issues pertaining to the death penalty in the Asia Pacific region. This Series is delivered by Monash Faculty of Law and Capital Punishment Justice Project (CPJP)™.


Speakers

Dr Rifqi S Assegaf

A leading scholar and practitioner of Indonesian law reform and sentencing law. He has recently successfully completed a PhD in Law from Melbourne Law School.

Anugerah Rizky Akbari, M. Sc, Head of Criminal Law Program, Jentera Law School

Moderator: Dr Jeremy Kingsley, Swinburne University of Technology

An interdisciplinary legal scholar based at Swinburne Law School. He coordinates Swinburne’s Indonesia Law, Governance and Culture Program.

About Eleos Justice

Eleos Justice carries out evidence-based research, teaching, and advocacy on the death penalty. Check out the launch of Eleos Justice here.


Event Partners

MMonash University logo, Monash Law logo, Capital Punishment Justice Project logo


Contact us

About the Event:
e-mail: law-engagement@monash.edu

About Eleos Justice - @EleosJustice

Mai Sato
e-mail: mai.sato@monash.edu

About CPJP - @cpjp_org_au

Simone Abel
e-mail: simone.abel@cpjp.org.au

Event Details

Date:
11 November 2021 at 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Venue:
Online via Zoom

Description

To watch this past event, click play on the video below:

In this instalment of our Conversation Series, Dr Jeremy J Kingsley hosts Dr Rifqi S Assegaf and Anugerah Rizky Akbari in a discussion about the key features of the sentencing principles in Indonesia’s draft Criminal Code Bill.

These Indonesian legal scholars will highlight issues related to the draft Bill, including how the Bill’s multi-interpretable clauses and the wide judicial discretion offered within the draft legislation might lead to sentencing disparities, judicial abuse and bias. They will also discuss the new types of punishment introduced in the Bill, as well as the new criteria on the application of the death penalty.

Conversation Series’ brings together brightest thinkers and sharpest minds—academics, practitioners, advocates—to weigh in on topical issues pertaining to the death penalty in the Asia Pacific region. This Series is delivered by Monash Faculty of Law and Capital Punishment Justice Project (CPJP)™.


Speakers

Dr Rifqi S Assegaf

A leading scholar and practitioner of Indonesian law reform and sentencing law. He has recently successfully completed a PhD in Law from Melbourne Law School.

Anugerah Rizky Akbari, M. Sc, Head of Criminal Law Program, Jentera Law School

Moderator: Dr Jeremy Kingsley, Swinburne University of Technology

An interdisciplinary legal scholar based at Swinburne Law School. He coordinates Swinburne’s Indonesia Law, Governance and Culture Program.

About Eleos Justice

Eleos Justice carries out evidence-based research, teaching, and advocacy on the death penalty. Check out the launch of Eleos Justice here.


Event Partners

MMonash University logo, Monash Law logo, Capital Punishment Justice Project logo


Contact us

About the Event:
e-mail: law-engagement@monash.edu

About Eleos Justice - @EleosJustice

Mai Sato
e-mail: mai.sato@monash.edu

About CPJP - @cpjp_org_au

Simone Abel
e-mail: simone.abel@cpjp.org.au