|Saturday Oct 06, 2012 9:00 AM - Sunday Oct 07, 2012 5:30 PM | Free - $35.00
Russell Tribunal on Palestine
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The Russell Tribunal on Palestine (RToP) will be holding its fourth international session in New York City on Saturday, October 6 and Sunday, October 7.
We are proud to announce that the final session will take place at the Great Hall (http://cooper.edu/about/galleries-auditoriums/the-great-hall) in Cooper Union located at 7 East 7th Street, New York, NY 10003.
Registration begins at 9 AM promptly on both days. Registrants will be required to register on both days of the Tribunal, so please arrive early. The Tribunal will begin at 10 AM sharp. Please bring your printed ticket for registration.
The RToP is an International People's Tribunal created in response to the international community's inaction regarding Israel's recognized violations of international law. The Tribunal aims to bring attention to the complicity and responsibility of various national, international and corporate actors in the ongoing Israeli occupation of Palestinian territories and the perpetuation of Israel's impunity under international law. Although the RToP has no legal status, like other Russell Tribunals on Vietnam, Chile and Iraq, its legitimacy comes from its universality and the strength that it draws from the will of citizens and the support of international personalities who advocate for an end to the Israeli occupation and Israel's denial of Palestinian rights. (For more information on the Tribunal, please see: http://www.russelltribunalonpalestine.com/en/.)
Following the sessions in Barcelona (which focused on EU complicity), London (on Corporate Complicity) and Cape Town (on the crime of Apartheid), the New York Tribunal will go back to the root of the conflict and focus on UN and US responsibility in the denial of the Palestinian right to self-determination.
Please contact email@example.com with any questions. Further information regarding location and on-site registration will be announced a week before the Tribunal.
REGISTRATION FEE SCHEDULE:
Registration between now - Sep 15th: $15 for one day and $20 for both days
Registration between Sep 16th - Sep 30th: $20 for one day, $25 for both days
Registration between Oct 1st - 5th: $30 for one day, $35 for both days
Door Fee: $40 for one day, $45 for both days
International guests have free admission with proof of travel. Proof of travel must be shown at the door.
Student tickets are available and save $5 on all registration fees. Student ID must be shown at the door.
RUSSELL TRIBUNAL AGENDA:
Russell Tribunal on Palestine
New York, 6 & 7 October 2012
Jury Members: Alice Walker, Angela Davis, Cynthia McKinney, Mairead Maguire, Stephane Hessel, Ronnie Kasrils, John Dugard, Dennis Banks, Michael Mansfield QC, Judge Martin Pallin, Miguel Angel Estrella.
DAY ONE: SATURDAY, 6 OCTOBER 2012
9.00 AM Doors Open
10.00 AM Introductory Remarks: Pierre Galand and Stephane Hessel
10.30 AM Ilan Pappe: The Birth of Zionism and its Impact on the Palestinians: From Dispossession to Occupation
11.10 AM Break
11.30 AM Peter Hansen: United Nations' Involvement in Palestine: From Mandate to Present
12.10 PM Ben White: Israeli policies Since 1948
12.40 PM Lunch
2:00 PM Huwaida Arraf: Israel's Violations of International Law
II. THE ROLE OF THE UNITED NATIONS IN THE OBSTRUCTION OF PALESTINIANS' RIGHT TO SELF DETERMINATION
2.30 PM John Quigley: The Establishment of a Palestinian State
3.00 PM Vera Gowlland-Debas: The United Nations: What is the legal responsibility of an Intergovernmental Organization?(Historical perspective)
3.30 PM Break
4.00PM Vera Gowlland-Debas: The United Nations: What is the legal responsibility of an Intergovernmental Organization? (Current)
4.30 PM Susan Akram: Palestinian Refugees and the United Nations
5.00 PM Raji Sourani : The Case of Gaza
5.30 PM: END OF DAY 1
DAY TWO: SUNDAY, 7 OCTOBER 2012
9.00 AM Doors Open
III. THE ROLE OF THE US IN SUPPORTING VIOLATIONS OF PALESTINIAN RIGHTS
10.00 AM Diana Buttu: The US's Role in Palestine & the Middle East
10.30 AM Katherine Gallagher: UN Vetoes and Military Aid
10.55 AM Break
11.25 AM Noam Chomsky: US-Israel-Palestinians: Retrospect and Prospect
12.00 PM David Wildman: Christian Zionism and the Israel Lobby
12.25 PM Lunch
IV. WAYS FORWARD
1.45 PM Phyllis Bennis: US Civil Society and International NGOs
2.10 PM Gianfranco Fattorini: The Human Rights Council
2.35 PM Gus Massiah: International Civil Society
3.00 PM Break
V. IS THERE A CASE FOR SOCIOCIDE?
3.20 PM Johan Galtung: What is Sociocide?
4.00 PM William Schabas: From Vow to Law: How can Prohibition of Sociocide Become an International Norm?
4.30 PM Russell Means: The Sociocide of the Native Americans
5.00 PM Saleh Hamayel: A Palestinian Sociocide?
5.30 PM Final Remarks
END OF DAY 2
DAY THREE: MONDAY, 8 OCTOBER 2012
10.30 AM Press Conference: Jury will Present Findings
The Great Hall, 7 E.7th St.
New York, NY 10003
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