BRUSSELLS TRIBUNAL

Bush's Swiss visit off after complaints on torture

by Stephanie Nebehay on 05-02-2011

Former President George W. Bush has canceled a visit to Switzerland, where he was to address a Jewish charity gala, due to the risk of legal action against him for alleged torture, rights groups said on Saturday.

CONCLUSIONS OF THE WORLD TRIBUNAL ON IRAQ

by BRussells Tribunal on 27-06-2005

DECLARATION OF THE JURY OF CONSCIENCE WORLD TRIBUNAL ON IRAQ – ISTANBUL 23rd -27th june 2005

Consistent with the tradition of the 1967 Russell Tribunal on the Vietnam War and the work of the People’s permanent tribunal and other similar tribunals such as the one held in Brussels in 1991, the BRussells Tribunal met on 14-17 April 2004.

PLATFORM TEXT WORLD TRIBUNAL ON IRAQ

by BRussells Tribunal on 29-10-2003

The idea that had sprung up in several places around the world of organising an international tribunal against the war in Iraq, was discussed and in principle supported at the Anti-War Meetings in Berlin, Jakarta and Geneva, Paris and Cancun. The Jakarta Peace Consensus made a declaration committing itself to the realization of an international war crimes tribunal. The Networking Conference (European and Cordoba Networks for Peace and Human Rights) organized by the Bertrand Russel Peace Foundation in Brussels also devoted time and space for the discussion of the issue and the idea received broad support.

PLATFORM TEXT OF THE BRUSSELLS TRIBUNAL

by BRussells Tribunal on 25-10-2003

Questioning the New Imperial World Order A Hearing on the Project for the New American Century ( PNAC) and its war policies put into effect under the Bush administration by the invasion of Iraq

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