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THE INAUGURAL SEATINGS
BALI, 23 - 24 June 2019
The International Tribunal for Natural Justice was established in 2015 by a Treaty signatured by thousands of living souls across the globe. It is a law court and jurisdiction founded on the principles of Natural Justice and committed to the restoration of the rule of law. It’s Judicial Commission of Inquiry into Human Trafficking & Child Sex Abuse was seated in Westminster, London in April 2018. The court is initialising a further Judicial Commission of Inquiry into Weaponisation of the Biosphere, which will be inaugurated in Asia in June 2019 adjunct to the World Health Sovereignty Summit set within the NewEarth Festival 2019 in Bali.
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The International Tribunal
for Natural Justice’s presiding Trustees:
Rev. Dr Nancy Ash, Thomas Joseph Brown, Janie Rayne, Connie Broussard, Mercy Wolf
Sir John Walsh of Brannagh
ITNJ Chief Justice Sir John Walsh of Brannagh is a human rights advocate and constitutional lawyer of international standing. He is founding Chief Justice to the International Tribunal for Natural Justice and presides over the Court and it’s Judicial Commissions
Dr Chris Cleverly
Dr Cleverly is a barrister and leading advocate for human-rights, social justice and law reform. He is Associate Justice to the International Tribunal for Natural Justice. He travels extensively lecturing and promoting African issues on the international stage
Sacha Stone is an artist, activist, film-maker, writer and publisher. He is founder of Humanitad, NewEarth Project & the founder and trustee emeritus International Tribunal for Natural Justice. He is producer and moderator of the World Health Sovereignty Summit and the ITNJ Judicial Commission of Inquiry into Weaponisation of the Biosphere.
Bishop Riah Abu El Assal
His Grace Bishop Riah Abu El Assal is the former Anglican Bishop of Jerusalem and an internationally renowned advocate for human rights and interfaith fellowship. He is a Commissioner for Truth & Reconciliation with the International Tribunal for Natural Justice