Byrnes & Simms: Peoples’ Tribunals and International Law

Byrnes & Simms: Peoples’ Tribunals and International Law

Andrew Byrnes (Univ. of New South Wales – Law) & Gabrielle Simm (Univ. of Technology – Law) have published Peoples’ Tribunals and International Law (Cambridge Univ. Press 2018). Contents include:

  • Andrew Byrnes & Gabrielle Simm, Introduction
  • Andrew Byrnes & Gabrielle Simm, International peoples’ tribunals: their nature, practice and significance
  • Gianni Tognoni, The history of the permanent peoples’ tribunal
  • Gabrielle Simm, Peoples’ tribunals, women’s courts and international sexual violence crimes
  • Tina Dolgopol, The Tokyo Women’s Tribunal: transboundary activists and the use of law’s power
  • Saskia E. Wieringa, The International People’s Tribunal on 1965 crimes against humanity in Indonesia: an anthropological perspective
  • Simona Fraudatario & Gianni Tognoni, The participation of peoples in the development of international law: the laboratory of the Permanent Peoples’ Tribunal
  • Sara Dehm, Accusing ‘Europe’: articulations of migrant justice and a popular international law
  • Rosalba Icaza Garza, The Permanent Peoples’ Tribunal and indigenous peoples’ struggle in Mexico: between coloniality and epistemic justice
  • Nicola Edwards, Evaluating the Biak Massacre Citizens’ Tribunal and the disputed Indonesian region of West Papua
  • Belén Olmos Giupponi, Assessing the contribution of the Latin American Water Tribunal to transnational environmental law
  • Andrew Byrnes & Gabrielle Simm, Reflections on the past and future of international peoples’ tribunals

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