Read about the WRMC’s work on repurposing frozen assets to assist those forcibly displaced by acts of grand corruption.
Ferdouse Asefi, University of Toronto The word “anniversary” usually brings about happy and memorable moments. But Aug. 15 marks one year since the Taliban takeover and occupation of Afghanistan, and it’s not a happy occasion for my homeland. Recently, the United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) released a report entitled “Human Rights in Afghanistan,” […]
This research paper assesses the four main legal options in dealing with frozen Russian assets: continued freezing, confiscation, private claims, and enforcement of a foreign judgement or international award.
WRMC Canadian Task Force Against Global Corruption member Prof. Robert Currie outlines the international legal aspects of Canada’s new legislation to seize and repurpose frozen foreign assets.