Human Survival Project Tribunal

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Tribunal

Tribunal Hearings Concluded Successfully



International Peoples Tribunal on the Nuclear Powers and the Destruction of Human Civilisation:

The Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies (Human Survival Project), and the Sydney Centre for International Law (SCIL) at Sydney University, with co-sponsorship by People for Nuclear Disarmament (PND) NSW and Aotearoa Lawyers For Peace, have successfully staged the Tribunal's hearings in the Woolley Building Common Room, University of Sydney, from Thursday-Friday July 2016.


Full Documentationfor the Tribunal so far (program, prosecution indictment and memorial, amicus and defence briefs, rebuttals, final statements, a media release and full videos) can be found below.

The International Peoples Tribunal on the Nuclear Powers and the Destruction of Human Civilisation: The Amicus Brief by Prof Emilie Gaillard


The International Peoples Tribunal on the Nuclear Powers and the Destruction of Human Civilisation: Tribunal's Judgement


Human Survival Project Tribunal Videos


Chain Reaction 2016 launched at People's Nuclear Abolition Tribunal


Minutes from the Chairs


Human Survival Project Tribunal: Documentation

Media Release 28 June 2016


Emerging Law on Future Generations and Ecocide


Endorsement of the Tribunal by Michael Kirby



Prosecution:

Indictment and Prosecution Memorial by Alyn Ware


Supplementary ("Rational/Ethical") Prosecution Brief


Annex to the Supplementary Prosecution Brief


Expert Witness- Nuclear Alert/Nuclear Winter: Steven Starr


Prosecution Response to the Rejoinder from the Defence


Prosecution Rebuttal and Closing Statement- Alyn Ware


Defence:

Defence Brief– David Tait


Nuclear Weapons–The Case for the Defence: Bob Howard


Defence Rejoinder: David Tait


Amicus Brief:

Nuclear Weapons/ Human Impact: Sue Wareham


Why We are at 3 Minutes to Midnight: Richard Broinowski


Extended Deterrence and Japan: Gavan McCormack


Prioritising Nuclear Elimination: Marianne Hanson


Nuclear Weapons/ Future Generations: Francis Hutchinson


British N-Tests and Indigenous Australians: Anne Noonan


The US and the Marshall Islands Nuclear Tests: Bill Graham


Pine Gap and US Nuclear War: Dennis Doherty