• 31 May, online event: Sanctioned Countries Denounce New US Military Threats

    Sanctioned Countries Denounce New US military Threats on Sunday, May 31 at 1:00 pm Eastern/10:00 am Pacific. Organized by the Sanctions Kill Campaign. Register here: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_f5ntIQ8ORBC6u1cts7t7vQ We will hear from these esteemed speakers: Palestine: Dr. Medhat Abbas, Director of Primary Care, speaking from Gaza, Yemen: Dr. Yahyia Mohammed Saleh Murshed, Union of Arab Academics, speaking from Sana’a University, […]

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  • Important Webinars of Interest on May 14

    There are three important webinars of interest on May 14, 2020 for International Committee members. Please send your webinars and online events to international@nlg.org to make sure they are listed here! USPCN National Webinar in commemoration of the Nakba – moderated by IC Co-Chair Suzanne Adely. Thursday, 14 May, 11:30 am Pacific/1:30 Central/2:30 EasternWatch on […]

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  • May 9: Sanctions Kill webinar on U.S. unilateral coercive measures

    The National Lawyers Guild is an endorser of the Sanctions Kill campaign. Register below at the link to attend this important webinar being organized against U.S. sanctions and unilateral coercive measures, with the participation of the Syrian and Nicaraguan ambassadors and the Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs of Venezuela. Click here to register: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_guql-H2qS22fnXY4u_1afA The […]

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  • Cancelled due to COVID-19: CSW 2020: Two NLG-supported panels on maternal mortality and reproductive justice

    THESE HAVE BEEN CANCELLED, ALONG WITH ALL 550 NGO PARALLEL EVENTS DURING CSW 2020, DUE TO COVID-19.  As part of the United Nations’ Commission on the Status of Women CSW64/Beijing+25, taking place in March 2020 in New York City, the National Lawyers Guild is supporting two important side events. On Monday, March 9 at 10:30 […]

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  • March 21-22, NYC: International Conference for the Normalization of US-Cuba Relations

    The National Lawyers Guild and its Cuba Subcommittee are endorsers and co-sponsors of the following conference, to take place at Fordham Law School in New York City on March 21-22, 2020: Fordham School of Law 150 W 62nd St New York City Registration and full details here: http://www.us-cubanormalization.org/viva-cuba/ In 2019 the Trump White House and […]

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  • International Committee Schedule for the Law For the People Convention 2019 in Durham!

    The following schedule contains items organized or co-organized by the International Committee of the National Lawyers Guild, its working groups and subcommittees.    There are many more events of interest to IC members taking place at the Convention, including the Plenaries, Anti-Racism Training, TUPOCC Meeting, Welcome reception honoring Brigada Legal Solidaria and Denyse Sabagh, Keynote […]

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  • Feb. 27, NYC: Defeating Lawfare – Palestine, Academic Freedom and Activism

    Wednesday, February 27 6:00 pm CUNY Graduate Center 365 5th Avenue, Room 5414 (5th Floor) at 5th Ave and 34th St New York City Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/2307168412628778/ In 2017-2018, Professor Rabab Abdulhadi, her legal team and a very broad-based movement of Palestine solidarity activists and allies fought a harrowing battle to stop efforts by the Lawfare […]

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  • Watch video: U.S. imperialist intervention in Latin America: Strategy and Analysis

    On February 13th, the International Committee of the National Lawyers Guild hosted a forum on U.S. imperialist intervention in Latin America at The People’s Forum in NYC with a focus on recent events in Venezuela and ongoing intervention in Honduras, Puerto Rico, Nicaragua, Cuba and more. The event focused on sharing analyses and strengthening strategies […]

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  • Urgent – Act Now to Stop the Deportation of Cambodian Refugees

    “We also raise our voice once more to stop the detention, criminalization and deportation of migrants and instead respect people’s right to seek safety. Further, we note that U.S. wars, interventions, sanctions and bombing are responsible for forcibly displacing people around the world from their homes. Ending these U.S. attacks on the peoples of the world is essential to achieving even the first steps toward global migrant justice.”

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  • International Tribunal of Conscience hearings in Mexico City, November 2-3

    PLEASE JOIN US! INTERNATIONAL TRIBUNAL OF CONSCIENCE TO HOLD HEARINGS IN MEXICO CITY NOV. 2-3 WITHIN FRAMEWORK OF VIII WORLD SOCIAL FORUM ON MIGRATION AND THE GLOBAL ASSEMBLY OF THE INTERNATIONAL MIGRANTS’ ALLIANCE The International Tribunal of Conscience of Peoples in Movement is organizing special hearings in Mexico City Nov. 2nd and 3rd focused on serious […]

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