The Australian Sanctions Office (ASO) is pleased to invite you to the Sanctions Virtual Information Session on 29 April, 2021.
As an overview, this session will aim to cover:
- an introduction to the sanctions regimes that the ASO implements under Australia’s sanctions laws and an explanation of some of the measures;
- circumstances in which businesses may be able to apply for a permit to authorise an activity that would otherwise breach a sanctions measure;
- sanctions offences and their associated penalties; and
- what to do if you are engaging with a country, individual or entity which may be subject to Australian sanctions.
There will also be an opportunity to ask questions of the ASO.
The session will be virtual and facilitated through the video conferencing platform Webex.
Information Session Details
Date: 29 April, 2021
Start time: 11:00 AM AEST
End time: 12:00 PM AEST
Please register your interest below if you wish to attend the session. Once you have you have registered your interest, you will be sent a confirmation email containing the Webex details and how to join the session. You can join using a Webex account or you can dial in by phone.
Registration link: http://dfat.secure.force.com/reg/australiansanctionsoffice29April2021
This session will be the first in a series of events that the ASO will be conducting throughout the year, with information sessions planned to be held approximately every 2-3 months. Keep an eye out for future invitations via email or monitor the Sanctions home page of the DFAT website.
If you have any questions or suggestions about this session or any future sessions, please let us know by using the Contact Us form on Pax. If you are unable to attend this session and would like the ASO to provide an overview to your organisation, please contact us to discuss your specific requirements.
We look forward to your attendance.
Australian Sanctions Office
Sanctions, Crime and Sea Law Branch | Legal Division
Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade