The direction of global events is leaning more towards power and interest based decision-making than towards a rule-based system that was installed in the Post World War II era. This direction is made evident through many manifestations.
The Research Society of International Law (RSIL) collaborated with various institutions across the country to conduct 5 Trainings on Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Financing (AML/CTF). The trainings focused on the following areas: Global Legal Framework on AML/CFT and Overview of Pakistan’s Compliance Nature of Terrorism Financing in Pakistan Domestic Implementation of AML/CFT in Pakistan:…
The RSIL Law Review aspires to bring together high-quality legal essays and commentaries on a spectrum of topics pertinent to the legal climate in Pakistan as well as the broader international arena.
Consultation Session in Islamabad on Developing a National Action Plan on Business and Human Rights in Pakistan
The panel discussed the scope and practical implications of the Business and Human Rights in Pakistan, also welcoming questions from the participants. The panel was chaired by leaders and professionals from the fields of business, law and human rights.