Inaugural Ceremonial Seating of the International Tribunal for Natural Justice Scheduled for 15 June, 2015
14 February, 2015
The time and place for the first seating of the International Tribunal for Natural Justice has been set to coincide with the 800th anniversary of the signing of the Magna Carta in Runnymede.
Twin Pillars of Justice-Making: ITNJ Joins Forces with EPHRA
14 February, 2015
The International Tribunal for Natural Justice (ITNJ) joins forces with EPHRA – The Emerging Peoples Human Rights Authority
The people of the world must find ways to redress decades of Human Rights abuses perpetrated by corporations posing as governments who have abused the world’s nations and her peoples
To that end, two initiatives have been announced: The International Tribunal for Natural Justice was established on Valentine’s Day, February 14, 2015.
The Second Initiative is EPHRA – the Emerging Peoples Human Rights Authority. Under the leadership of Dr Chris Cleverly LLB (hons) Hon.LLD, over 100 barristers from the new Human Rights chambers at 11, Gray’s Inn Square, London will join together to create a force for lasting change.
EPHRA will leverage administrative reforms on direct access to barristers, London access to global arbitration courts, multinational corporations, international law firms and multilateral organisations combined with Class Action methodology and emerging market mobile technology and social network usage to create a powerful function for change and world-wide restoration of social balance.EPHRA has already begun discussions with leading global law firms to bring forward major human rights infractions by their clients so that settlements may be negotiated for potential claimants on substantial violations without recourse to costly, time wasting litigation.
An African Renaissance
Initial emphasis shall direct our team of legal and technology experts to collate and assemble evidence of gross infringements of Human Rights on African soil and to African peoples. The process will begin this year in Africa with a comprehensive pan-African audit of legacy claims, broken treaties, violated human rights viz genocide, endemic poisoning of water and food, fracking, exploitative mining, engineered wars, funding of military coups, vaccination programs using African genome as litmus for depopulation and any other gross human right violations.
The use of Class Action methodology by our London Gray’s Inn based legal team – trained and willing to take on all comers in the legal arena – combined with evidence assembly by way of pan-Africa social networks and mobile technology collation means that no stone will be unturned in the pursuit of restoration of natural justice.
Why begin in Africa?
Africa has been the greatest victim of the era of capitalism – the people of the west have flourished on the fruits of this resource rich land whilst its people have remained in abject poverty; exploited and marginalised.
The restoration of Africa to equality of treatment, amongst our continents, is key to the rapid evolution of the planet.
The use of international law, primarily human rights laws, to restore Africa to full health will offer a peaceful means to bring to the surface the festering discontent of the continent. Discontent which recently manifested itself not just in the Spring of Revolutions from Tunisia to Cote d’Ivoire and the marauding armies of the Lord’s Resistance but also in the virtual economic purdah now destroying West African growth as a result of the Ebola scare.
Africa is not poor, the people are. Endemic systems that do not respect the individual or recognise that the collective good requires that all people of the world benefit have forged an unprecedented imbalance. The first step in rebalancing this distortion, is the recognition of the rights of our most exploited; our most neglected. Only once this is done will the guilt of the world be lifted and the energetic pathway for global socio-ecological renewal emerge.
If you are a barrister, international law firm, multilateral organisation or otherwise and would like to support the work of EPHRA or of the ITNJ, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org