Extradition is an act where a nation surrenders an individual found within its territory who has been charged with a criminal offense under the request of another nation. By practice, extradition has been useful yet far from perfect instrument for the purpose of administering justice outside national jurisdiction. In 2019, extradition has received the world’s attention because of the widely-rejected extradition bill in Hong Kong that caused mass protests. How should Indonesia respond to this and what can be learned from Hong Kong in addressing future extradition bill thoroughly?
Through a collaboration between FPCI Chapter UI and ALSA National Chapter Indonesia, we delightfully present you:
FPCI Chapter UI Diplomatic Talk 2020 in Collaboration with ALSA Indonesia: “An Overview on Hong Kong Extradition Law: Lesson Learned for Indonesia”
This event will be held with the following details:
day, date: Friday, 4th December 2020;
time: 15.00 – 18.10 WIB;
platform: Zoom Meeting
Introducing you to our notable speakers which are as follows:
Devita Kartika Putri – Criminal Law Lecturer, Universitas Gadjah Mada;
Purnomo Achmad Chandra – Director for Legal Affairs and Political and Security Treaties, Ministry of Foreign Affairs Republic of Indonesia; and
Fitriani Bintang Timur – International Relations Department Researcher at CSIS Indonesia.
This event will be moderated by Angelo Abil Wijaya, Most Outstanding Student of Universitas Gadjah Mada 2018 and also a Foreign Policy Observer.
So, what are you waiting for? Prepare your questions, dress well, and join us in this exciting discussion!
Sign up now at: bit.ly/DiplomaticTalk2020
For further information, kindly contact us through:
Bella Maria Brigitta (+6281282682296).