Report

Criminality, corruption and impunity: Should Australia join the Global Magnitsky movement?

On Monday, 7 December 2020, the Committee tabled its report for Inquiry into targeted sanctions to address human rights abuses, titled Criminality, corruption and impunity: Should Australia join the Global Magnitsky movement?

 

© Commonwealth of Australia 2015

ISBN 978-1-76092-168-2 (Printed version)
ISBN 978-1-76092-169-9 (HTML version)

 

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View the report as separate downloadable chapters/appendixes:

Preliminary pages
Foreword, Membership of the Committee, Membership of theHuman RightsSub-Committee, Terms of reference,
List of abbreviations, List of recomm
endations 
  (PDF 277KB
Chapter 1: Introduction    (PDF 179KB)
Chapter 2: Current Australian sanctions legislation    (PDF 420KB)
Chapter 3: The global Magnitsky landscape    (PDF 327KB)
Chapter 4: Concerns over targeted sanctions legislation    (PDF 259KB)
Chapter 5: How a targeted sanctions regime could work in Australia    (PDF 265KB)
Chapter 6: Suggested elements for a Bill    (PDF 168KB)
Chapter 7: General principles and recommendations    (PDF 232KB)
Appendix A: List Submissions    (PDF 58KB)
Appendix B: List of Public Hearings    (PDF 149KB)
Appendix C: Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 (UK) s241A    (PDF 44KB)
Appendix D: The Robertson document    (PDF 516KB)


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