Thomas MacManusExecutive Board
Dr MacManus is a Postdoctural Research Fellow at ISCI and is based at Queen Mary University of London’s School of Law. He holds a BA (Hons) in Law and Accounting from the University of Limerick (2002) which included one year at Tilburg University, an LLM (with Distinction) in International Law from the University of Westminster (2005) and a PhD in Law & Criminology from King’s College London (2011). Thomas was admitted to the New York State Bar in 2004 and the Role of Solicitors of Ireland in 2008. His current research focuses on civil society, especially in Burma and Colombia. Thomas is an Editor in Chief of State Crime Journal and Joint Editor of Amicus Journal.
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18 Apr 2018
GENOCIDE ACHIEVED, GENOCIDE CONTINUES: MYANMAR’S ANNIHILATION OF THE ROHINGYA [ISCI REPORT]
[CLICK HERE FOR FULL PDF OF REPORT] EXECUTIVE SUMMARY...
12 Dec 2016
Permanent Peoples’ Tribunal (Rome) Takes up ‘Urgent Case’ of Myanmar’s Rohingya
See original request letter below, submitted on 24th November 2016 by Nural Islam (ARNO), on behalf of the listed...
12 Oct 2016
Special Issue of State Crime Journal – Call for Papers/Workshop
Special Issue, State Crime Journal (May 2018) STATE CRIME AND DIGITAL RESISTANCE Workshop details:...
30 Aug 2016
[ISCI PRESS RELEASE] ISCI calls for assurances on Kofi Annan’s Rakhine State advisory commission
The International State Crime Initiative (ISCI) at Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) has welcomed the Myanmar...
20 Jun - 20 Jun 2016
[VIDEO] State Crime Special Issue Launch: Palestine, Palestinians and Israel’s State Criminality
Journal of the International State Crime Initiative Volume 5, Number 1, Spring 2016...
29 Oct 2015
[ISCI REPORT] COUNTDOWN TO ANNIHILATION: GENOCIDE IN MYANMAR
CLICK HERE FOR ISCI ROHINGYA REPORT...
27 Oct - 31 Oct 2015
ISCI ROHINGYA WEEK 27th to 31st OCTOBER Genocide in Myanmar: the Annihilation of the Rohingya
A week of events, talks, film & photography with the aim of drawing attention to the ongoing genocide against the...
22 Jun 2015
The Oslo Conference to End Myanmar’s Persecution of the Rohingyas
At the Oslo Conference to End Myanmar’s Persecution of Rohingyas held at the Nobel Institute in Oslo, Norway on...
16 May 2015
[ISCI PRESS RELEASE] Humanitarian crisis affecting Rohingya Muslims is the product of genocide
“The Rohingya are faced with only two options: stay and face annihilation, or flee.” [For immediate release]
14 May 2015
Researching the Rohingya
There is a general reluctance to define an event as genocide until after its occurrence. Our ESRC Urgent Mechanism...