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Peoples' Tribunals and International Law is the first book to analyse how civil society tribunals implement and develop international law. With contributions covering tribunals in Europe, Latin America and Asia, this edited collection provides cross-disciplinary academic and activist perspectives and unique insights into the phenomenon of peoples' tribunals. Written by academics in law, anthropology and international relations, it also incorporates the reflections of civil society activists and advocates on peoples' tribunals. The collection includes chapters ranging from the Permanent Peoples' Tribunal, successor to the Bertrand Russell Tribunal established to question the legality of the Vietnam War, to recent tribunals addressing atrocities in Soeharto's Indonesia and violations against migrants in Europe. Peoples' Tribunals and International Law offers the first sustained analysis of the different approaches to international law in tribunal proceedings. It will interest scholars of law, criminology, human rights, politics, sociology, anthropology and international relations.

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Quaderni del Tribunal Russell IIo sul Brasil Cile America Latina, Prima Sessione, Sentenza, April 1974.
Cile, Bolivia, Uruguay: atti della prima sessione del Tribunale Russell II [Chile, Bolivia, Uruguay: Proceedings of the First Session of the Second Russell Tribunal], Roma, March–April 1974, 1975, Marsilio, Venezia, Padova.
Tosi, Giuseppe, Ferreira, Guerra, and de Fatima, Lucia, Chile, Bolívia e Uruguai, Actas da Primiera Sessão do Tribunal Russell II [Chile, Bolivia and Uruguay: Proceedings of the First Session of the Second Russell Tribunal] (Editora da UFPB, João Pessoa, 2014).
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Le multinazionali in America Latina, Seconda sessione (Bruxelles, gennaio 1975) [Multinationals in Latin America: Second Session, Brussels, 1975] (Coines, 1976).
Muñoz, Pedro (ed.), La violación de los derechos humanos en latinoamérica, documentos del Tribunal Russell II [The Violation of Human Rights in Latin America: Documents from the Second Russell Tribunal] (Editorial Euros, 1976).
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All the final verdicts or judgements of the PPT’s sessions may be found on the website of the Tribunal: Not all the verdicts are available in English on the PPT website. The titles of all sessions are given here in English:

  1. 1. Western Sahara, Brussels, 10–11 November 1979

  2. 2. Argentina, Geneva, 3–4 May 1980

  3. 3. Eritrea, Milan, 24–26 May 1980

  4. 4. The Filipino People and the Bangsa Moro People, Antwerp, 30 October–1 November 1980

  5. 5. El Salvador, Mexico, 9–12 February 1981

  6. 6. Afghanistan, First Session, Stockholm, 1–3 May 1981

  7. 7. East Timor, Lisbon, 19–21 June 1981

  8. 8. Zaire, Rotterdam, 18–20 September 1982

  9. 9. Afghanistan, Second Session, Paris, 16–20 December 1982

  10. 10. Guatemala, Madrid, 21–31 January 1983

  11. 11. The Armenian Genocide, Paris, 13–16 April 1984

  12. 12. The Interventions of the United States in Nicaragua, Brussels, 5–8 October 1984

  13. 13. The Policies of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank, West Berlin, 26–29 September 1988

  14. 14. Puerto-Rico, Barcelona, 27–29 January 1989

  15. 15. Permanent Peoples’ Tribunal, Session on the Brazilian Amazon, Paris, 12–16 October 1990

  16. 16. Impunity for Crimes against Humanity in Latin America, Bogotá, 22–25 April 1991

  17. 17. The Conquest of the Americas and International Law, Padua and Venice, 5–8 October 1992

  18. 18. Permanent Peoples’ Tribunal, Hearing on Industrial Hazards and Human Rights (Bhopal I), Bhopal, India, 19–23 October 1992

  19. 19. Tibet, 20 November 1992 (revised version, 14 December 1992)

  20. 20. The Policies of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank II, Madrid, 1–3 October 1994

  21. 21. Industrial Hazards and Human Rights (Bhopal II), London, 28 November–4 December 1994

  22. 22. The Right of Asylum in Europe, 8–12 December 1994

  23. 23. Former Yugoslavia, First Session, Bern, 17–20 February 1995

  24. 24. Violations of the Fundamental Rights of Children and Minors, Trento, 27–29 March; Macerata, 30 March; Naples 1–4 April 1995

  25. 25. Former Yugoslavia, Second Session, Barcelona, 7–11 December 1995

  26. 26. Chernobyl: Environment, Health and Human Rights, Vienna, 12–15 April 1996

  27. 27. Workers’ and Consumers’ Rights in the Garment Industry, Brussels, 30 April–5 May 1998

  28. 28. Violations of the Fundamental Rights of Children and Adolescents in Brazil, São Paulo, 17–19 March 1999

  29. 29. Elf-Aquitaine, Paris, 19–21 May 1999

  30. 30. Global Corporations and Human Wrongs, 22–25 March 2000, University of Warwick, Coventry, UK

  31. 31. International Law and the New Wars, Rome, 14–16 December 2002

  32. 32. Human Rights Violations in Algeria, 1992–2004; Paris, 5–8 November 2004

  33. 33. Second Session on the Philippines, The Hague, the Netherlands, 21–25 March 2007

  34. 34. Transnational Corporations and the Rights of Peoples in Colombia, Colombia, 2006–2008

  35. 35. Sri Lanka and the Tamil People I, Trinity College Dublin, 14–16 January 2010

  36. 36. The European Union and Transnational Corporations in Latin America: Policies, Instruments and Actors Complicit in Violations of the Peoples’ Rights, Deliberating Session, Madrid, 14–17 May 2010

  37. 37. Free Trade, Violence, Impunity and People’s Rights in Mexico, Mexico, 2011–14

  38. 38. Agrochemical Transnational Corporations, Bangalore, 3–6 December 2011

  39. 39. Sri Lanka and the Tamil People II, Bremen, 7–10 December 2013

  40. 40. Canadian Mining Transnational Corporations, Montreal, 29 May–1 June 2014 (ongoing)

  41. 41. Fundamental Rights, Local Community Participation and Megaprojects: From the Lyon-Turin High-speed Rail to the Global reality, Turin-Almese, 5–8 November 2015

  42. 42. Living Wage for Asian Garment Workers as Fundamental Human Right (Sri Lanka 2011; Cambodia 2012; India 2012; Indonesia 2014; Sri Lanka 2015)

  43. 43. Transnational Corporations in Southern Africa, Manzini, Swaziland, 16–17 August 2016

  44. 44. Myanmar’s State Crimes against Rohingya, Kachin and other Groups, London, 6–7 March 2017; Kuala Lumpur, 19–22 September 2017

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