While the CEOs of Monsanto and Bayer were droning on last week about their (phony) love of farmers and their (bogus) plans to feed the world, organizers of the International Monsanto Tribunal were booking flights for witnesses, and finalizing programs for both the formal tribunal and the People’s Assembly.
The International Monsanto Citizens’ Tribunal is less than a month away. The People’s Assembly will begin on October 14. The tribunal itself will begin on October 15.
Both will take place in The Hague, Netherlands—also known as the International City of Peace and Justice.
Five distinguished international judges will preside over the tribunal. Thirty witnesses and scientific and legal experts will present testimony during the two-day proceedings.
To mark the end of the tribunal, and World Food Day (both on October 16), those who can’t travel to The Hague are organizing protests and house parties in a show of solidarity. Want to participate in an event near you? Or organize your own? Email email@example.com for details and materials.
The tribunal, announced nine months ago during the COP21 Climate Summit in Paris, has been in the works for more than a year. We’re almost there. We still need your help.
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