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Permanent People's Tribunal on Migrant's Rights and the Hostile Environment


  • Friends House 177 Euston Road London, England, NW1 2BJ United Kingdom (map)

I am serving on the jury panel of the UK hearing of this year’s Permanent People’s Tribunal.

This session calls on the Permanent Peoples’ Tribunal to consider whether the policies of theEuropean Union and its member states in the field of immigration and asylum, particularly as they affect migrant peoples in the chain of labour, amount to serious violations of the articles enshrined in the Universal Declaration of the Rights of Peoples signed in Algiers on 4 July 1976, to serious violations of the rights of individuals as enshrined in particular in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights 1948, and, in their totality, to a crime against humanity within the meaning of Art. 7 of the Rome Statute.

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