Wednesday, October 17, 2018

IADL recognizes illegal and unjust character of the legal process organized against Cuban Five

IADL recognized the illegal and unjust character of the legal process organized against five Cuban heroes imprisoned in the US for the sole crime...

Resolution on the attacks on civil liberties in the Philippines

IADL expresses serious concern at its bureau meeting in Havana over human rights violations in the Philippines Further to our unanimous resolution on June 10,...

Statement on the London Bombings

IADL condemns the London bombings and demands to end the illegal wars and actions which only have the effect of promoting groups who see...

Resolution on Article 9 of the Constitution of Japan by the Paris Congress June...

The 16th Congress of IADL held in Paris in June 2005 adopted a resolution to defend art. 9 of the Japanese Constitution. WE, the Lawyers,...

Statement on exemption of peace keeping forces from International Criminal Court [ICC]

IADL regrets that the Security Council abuses its power in the very moment of entry into force of the Treaty for Establishing the ICC July...

Final Declaration of the XII Conference of the AAJ and the XV Congress of...

FINAL DECLARATION OF THE XII CONFERENCE OF THE A.A.J. AND THE XV CONGRESS OF THE I.A.D.L. HAVANA, CUBA OCTOBER 20, 2000 We the jurists from fifty-six countries, met at the International...

IADL on international law implications on NATO’s action against Yugoslavia

STATEMENT OF THE INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF DEMOCRATIC LAWYERS REGARDING THE INTERNATIONAL LAW IMPLICATIONS OF NATO’S ACTION AGAINST YUGOSLAVIA On July 3rd and 4th, 1999, the International Association...