ACJP

AcronymDefinition
ACJPAustralian Climate Justice Program (Ultimo, New South Wales, Australia)
ACJPAmbedkar Centre for Justice and Peace (Mumbai, India)
ACJPAfricana Criminal Justice Project
ACJPAtlantic Community Justice Project
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A 3mmeber bench of SC presided over by ACJP Jawwad S Khawaja resumed hearing of PM disqualification case Thursday.
Second, ACJPs seek to provide a more culturally sensitive approach and to respond to the expressed needs of Aboriginal people who come into conflict with the criminal justice system where contact is unavoidable (CCJA, 2000; Hazelhurst, 1997; Ghys, 2004).
One student told ACJPS that an officer threatened to snap his neck while another scraped off his eyebrows, moustache and hair with a blade.
In January 2019, ACJPS documented the custodial and suspicious deaths of two students arrested for participating in peaceful protests by NISS in Khartoum and Al Gaderef states.
Eight Christians, from Darfur region, were released on 21 October after forcing them to return to Islam under torture and threats of the death penalty, said the ACJPS.
"Although it seems like Sudan has succeeded in sweeping the horrific violence of September 2013 under the carpet, victims' families still demand justice," said Mosaad Mohamed Ali, Executive Director at ACJPS. "The UN Human Rights Council, currently holding a session on Sudan, should press Sudan to hold those responsible to account for the appalling bloodshed on the streets of Khartoum and other towns, and provide meaningful justice to victims of killings, assaults and other abuses."
"Over the past four years in Southern Kordofan and Blue Nile, the Sudanese government has engaged in indiscriminate and targeted aerial bombardment of civilian areas, killing and wounding hundreds, if not thousands, of civilians," said the ACJPS.
"The continuous arrests and harassment underscore an urgent need to reform Sudan's draconian security service in line with international norms," said Katherine Perks, ACJPS Programme Director.
"Several of those detained told Human Rights Watch and the ACJPS that they were subjected to violence and other abuse, including severe beatings by heavily armed National Intelligence and Security Service personnel.
"Immediate steps should be taken to guarantee the safety of the two men, who face an ongoing risk of torture and have been detained incommunicado without charge in military custody in West Darfur since 17 July," ACJPS further said.
The African Centre for Justice and Peace Studies (ACJPS) condemns the use of the death penalty in all cases, and corporal punishment, such as floggings.