This book will demonstrate that no single narrative can describe the Australian prisoner of war experience.
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She has published also on the Thai-Burma railway,and in researched the Hellfire Pass commemorative web site for the Department of Veterans Affairs. He has published widely on the Australian experiences of the World War II and the Australian prisoner of war experience.
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Member States have responded to these problems by adopting different approaches to implementation, while judges in executing states increasingly face the dilemma of the proper relationship between the principle of mutual recognition and a commitment to fundamental rights and other principles of EU law. After decisions to surrender are made, judges and lawyers in the executing state do not generally monitor what follows, including whether assurances where given are upheld, whether fundamental rights are enjoyed and whether the outcome confirms that the EAW was the right instrument to have used.
Our objectives will be to:.
Provide a human insight into the treatment of people following their surrender under accusation EAWs;. Raise the awareness of judicial actors and legal professionals of the practical relationship between the minimum standards in the Roadmap Directives, the ESO and the operation of the EAW FD;.
Inform future EU justice work to create minimum standards as a sound basis for mutual recognition. Fair Trials and its partners will identify cases of individuals post-surrender through contact with local lawyers, bar associations and legal aid boards as well as via their own monitoring of detention centres.