Russell Tribunal on Palestine Convenes in London

http://www.russfound.org/RToP/RToP.htm

INVITATION

The Russell Tribunal on Palestine is an International People’s Tribunal created by a large group of citizens involved in the promotion of peace and justice in the Middle East. It was launched in Brussels in March 2009, and held its first public session in Barcelona a year later, when the Tribunal found European Union member states in breach of international and internal European Union law with respect to protecting the human rights of Palestinians. 

The Tribunal will hold its second public session in London at the Law Society in Chancery Lane during the weekend of 20-21 November . The theme of this session is Corporate Complicity in Israel’s Violations of International Human Rights Law and International Humanitarian Law.

You are cordially invited to attend. Places are limited so we recommend early registration to avoid disappointment. Tickets cost £15 each and are valid for both days . Please advise when registering if you will be attending only on one day. It will then be possible to offer places to more people.

Due to the high number of people who wish to attend, please note that not everyone will be able to be seated in the main chamber of the Law Society. To accommodate as many people as possible we have provided an additional viewing room at the Law Society where the Tribunal can be followed on large screens. We cannot guarantee a place in the main chamber, and spaces will be on a first come first served basis on the day.

You can register for the Tribunal here: http://www.russelltribunalonpalestine.com/en/register-for-the-london-session

The agenda for the London Session can be viewed here: http://www.russelltribunalonpalestine.com/en/770/london-session-agenda-published

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